Dates & Fees

July 17-21, 2017

Program Fee:
Until April 7, 2017: $7,400
After April 7, 2017: $8,200

Program fee includes accommodations at the Babson Executive Conference Center from 4 p.m. on July 16th to check out on July 21st, program materials, meals, and break station refreshments.

 

Overview

Launched through the vision and generosity of seasoned entrepreneur and business leader Diego Lowenstein ’90, Foundations for the Future is designed to forge a strong parent-child relationship by empowering you to share the values that lead to success in business and in life.

Together, you and your teen will discover how Babson’s renowned Entrepreneurial Thought & Action® (ET&A™) methodology enables you to deal with setbacks and overcome challenges, all while connecting with other successful families from around the world.

Objectives

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Develop your own entrepreneurial mindset while you connect with other parents and high school age sons and daughters from around the world

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Forge the parent-teen relationship through parents sharing the entrepreneurial business values that have made them successful

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Build a global network, experience what it takes to develop a successful startup business, and advance the entrepreneurial skills necessary for success

Faculty

This program will be taught by outstanding Babson faculty who are world-leading academics and seasoned entrepreneurs with experience in launching and growing businesses. The faculty director is Matt Allen, an associate professor of entrepreneurship who also is the academic director for a global research initiative that explores successful entrepreneurial practices of family businesses across generations.

Once you provide your email, you will be forwarded to the registration page for this program.

Once you provide your email, you will be able to download the brochure for this program.