Wilkes University

Family Business Alliance

Family Business Alliance

Welcome to the Family Business Alliance (FBA) at Wilkes University

The mission of the Family Business Alliance (FBA) at Wilkes University is to be the trusted resource providing world class services to support strengthening and empowering regional family-owned businesses and our community. 


Upcoming Programs

Entrepreneurial Activity in the Family Firm,Why is it Important?

Wednesday, April 12 | Panel Discussion

Matthew E. Haggerty, Esq, CEO of Times-Shamrock Communications

Robert Lynett, CEO of Times-Shamrock Communications

Scott Lynett, Times Printing & PDQ Print Center

Family businesses that want to succeed in the next generation need to embrace entrepreneurship in their companies.
The Times-Shamrock family business was awarded the Entrepreneur of the Year award at the Junior Achievement of NEPA's 45th annual dinner.
Is it ironic that a 122-year-old firm was awarded the entrepreneurial award?
How and why do entrepreneurial activities coexist within a well-established firm?
Come listen to stories and ask questions of this leading family business.
You will leave the presentation with 3 tactics that you can use at your business to inspire the entrepreneurial spirit of you and your team.
Morning presentation
Wilkes University, Henry Student Center
Networking 8 a.m.
Panel discussion and questions: 8:30 - 10 a.m.
Register here
Afternoon presentation
Penn State Worthington Scranton, Business Building
Networking 11:30 a.m.
Panel discussion and questions: 12 - 1:10 p.m.
Register here

 

May 3, 2017   “Buying, Selling and Diversifying the Family Business”

 

Daniel Haggerty, Esq., PMJ Group, LLC

Leah Kane, Elecast

 Steven Roth, Esq., Rosenn, Jenkins and Greenwald

Morning presentation
Wilkes University, Henry Student Center
Networking 8 a.m.
Panel discussion and questions: 8:30 - 10 a.m.

 


Supporting Partners
Baker Tilly M and T Bank Rosenn, Jenkinsm and Greenwald
Linde Family Wilkes University

Community PARTNERS

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The Institute for public policy and economic development logo
Allan P. Kirby center logo

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