Penn State University hosts a Conference on Family Businesses

From Succession Planning to Minority-Led Businesses: A Two-Day Conference on Entrepreneurship Hosted by the Center for Family Business at Penn State Behrend

The Center for Family Business at Penn State Behrend is hosting a two-day conference on Entrepreneurship from May 15th to 16th. The program of the conference will cover topics such as succession planning, board creation, minority-led businesses and more. Registration is now open and you can find all the details on the conference webpage.

Renowned speakers are scheduled to appear at the event, including Robert S. Castellini, Richard Seaman and James Bly. Robert S. Castellini is the managing director at Sentinel Private Wealth Group while Richard Seaman is the chairman of Seeman Corporation and author of “A Vibrant Vision: The Entrepreneurship of Multigenerational Family Business”. James Bly is the managing director of US EY Private Family Enterprise.

The Center for Family Business is an outreach effort of Behrend’s Black School of Business that focuses on providing support to family-run businesses through expert forums and access to faculty experts, student researchers and peer groups that discuss common issues and concerns. For more information about the center and the upcoming conference, visit their webpage.

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