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How to build your family’s future with a family office

On 6 October, join Professor of Entrepreneurship Peter Vogel and Peter Lorange, Honorary President of IMD, to learn how transitioning from Family Business to Family Office can ensure the sustainability and cohesion of your family’s enterprise as well as grow both the business and the family’s wealth.

How management education is evolving to meet the changing needs of leaders

On 20 October, Clarke Murphy, author of the new book Sustainable Leadership, and Professor of Finance Salvatore Cantale will debunk the myth that leaders have to choose between profits and purpose.

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Join us for a new webinar mini-series hosted by IMD Honorary President Peter Lorange together with our IMD Faculty and special guests. The series will explore various trending topics, with each event held in a conversational style among host and panellists.

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