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As the effects from the COVID-19 pandemic continue to play out, PwC NextGen embodies our commitment to supporting your journey as an entrepreneur and successor in your family business through these extraordinary times and beyond.
In our Global NextGen Survey 2019, almost 1,000 NextGens in 69 territories across five continents and 11 industries shared how you see yourselves and what support you need to help you achieve success. Many of you are ready to drive change, especially around digital transformation. As society prepares for a “new normal” following the pandemic, this is a great time to bridge the generation gap and seize new opportunities. However, what is needed for you to earn your “license to operate” – and to drive real change that makes a tangible contribution to the future success of your family business?
We have an answer to that question. Our NextGen Academy training series for next-generation family members aged between 16 and 36 is still going strong. NextGen Academy applicants receive a wide range of support, including exclusive access to an array of virtual training, coaching and networking opportunities. We will also provide you with clear guidance on actions you can take to strengthen your leadership capabilities and increase your impact in the “new normal” following the pandemic. PwC can work and innovate with you to achieve these goals virtually, until we are able to meet in person for one of our multidisciplinary 2021 NextGen Academies at either INSEAD in Fontainebleau/Paris, ESMT in Berlin or MIT Sloan in Cambridge/Boston.
I look forward to meeting many of you virtually and at one of our 2021 NextGen events, and to helping to redefine your future – together!
"As an entrepreneur and mother of the seventh generation in our family businesses, I wish to thank you for this exceptional opportunity! Your investment in our next generation is unique and your footsteps are sustainable.”