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April 8, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- St.
Thomas University School of Business (
www.stu.edu/business) is hosting its next entrepreneurship lecture entitled "The Multi-Generational Successful Family Business" in the Carnival Cruise Lines Building on campus, 16401 NW 37 Avenue in
Miami Gardens on
April 16, 2013,
3:30-5:00 PM. For 2013, the School of Business received a $20,000 corporate sponsorship from AT&T to host the
2013 AT&T Distinguished Business Lecture Series. Thanks to the series many of St. Thomas students, for the first time, are able to meet a prominent figure from
South Florida business face-to-face.
90% of businesses in
the United States are family owned. They account for 62% of jobs in America yet only 30% survive as a successful enterprise. As part of creating dynamic learning experiences for its students, the STU School of Business has invited panelists coming from multimillion dollar corporations that are family run. They will be sharing some of the challenges they have faced as well as occasions when it was not "just business". Distinguished lectureers include
Pedro Capo, President of El Dorado Furniture;
Andrew Hertz, President and General Manager of the Miami Seaquarium and
Carol Wyllie, Senior Vice President of the Green Companies. School of Business Dean Tony Villamil will moderate the event.
The public is invited to attend. To RSVP or to solicit information on School of Business Programs please contact
Carmen Barberis at
firstname.lastname@example.org or call 305.628.6674.
St. Thomas University