REVEALED: GOLD COAST'S TOP FAMILY BUSINESSES IN 2012

REVEALED: GOLD COAST'S TOP FAMILY BUSINESSES IN 2012

THEY are the backbone of our economy and now the top family-run businesses on the Gold Coast have finally received some overdue recognition.

The latest edition of Gold Coast Business News showcases 50 local family business success stories.

We reveal how the various family members involved have been able to overcome the common pitfalls and setbacks to help their businesses grow and thrive.

But which Gold Coast family-run companies made the list?

Some are among the best known business names across the region, and the state. One is even a publicly-listed entity.

Others are survivors who have repeatedly shown enterprise, innovation and resilience in tough economic times. They are involved in tourism, manufacturing, retail and services.

What unites them is they are all inspiring and interesting stories.

To discover who made the list of the top Gold Coast’s family businesses, get a copy of Gold Coast Business News magazine – at newsagents now.

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