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  • From Boston to learn about family business

    Live Sicilia Catania - 05/18/2014

    An original and innovative course of study is traveling in Sicily, and will end on May 31 in Catania.

    Twenty-five students from Northeastern University in Boston, accompanied by prof. Justin Craig, were received yesterday afternoon in the auditorium of the Central Building by the Rector of the University of Catania prof. James Pignataro, by the President of CAPITT prof. Rosario Faraci and Prof. Giorgia D’Allura, who along with Dr. Rosy Found, has studied in detail the “Dialogue of Civilization” program. The two-week program is an original and innovative course of study focusing on family business in Sicily. During the two weeks, the students – who are following a course of studies specifically on the strategic management of family businesses –  will meet the first and subsequent generations of entrepreneurs, academics, professionals and business experts.

    (Original article in Italian)

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