Jonathan M. Tisch Center of Hospitality
Family and Social Entrepreneurship
This course combines the fundamentals of family and social entrepreneurship. Therefore, this course is directed especially towards students who might enter into the management of family businesses, either their own family's or someone else's, as well as students who aspire to be social entrepreneurs, implement innovative private sector approaches to solve social, cultural and/or environmental problems. In today¿s world, both family business and social entrepreneurship are important topics as both constitute a significant segment of the global economy. Students will review good practices in family business and social entrepreneurship, and will develop a business plan for a mission-driven organization or work and update on their family business plan.