Entrepreneurship is a mindset – meaning it goes beyond what is taught in a classroom. This is why our interactive learning and networking sessions – either in-person or live online – are geared toward experiential learning, inspiration and personal development. You can learn first-hand from renowned academics and business practitioners.
Our NextGen Academy framework consists of a set of distinct and complementary learning opportunities. You can select the right program to suit your own unique needs, based on your age and your personal and business experience. You are also welcome to rejoin any of the program stages as often as you wish, in order to explore different business schools, cultures and topics. In addition, as a NextGen Academy applicant you will have complimentary access to an array of virtual training and networking opportunities.
Developing the leaders of tomorrow.
ESMT European School of Management and Technology, Berlin, Germany
21-26 August 2022
Leaders of tomorrow build on their knowledge and strengths. Become part of one of the world’s most vibrant startup scenes and explore how a focus on purpose and impact keep the family legacy fit for the future.
Recommended ages: 20-26 years.
MIT Sloan School of Management, Cambridge/Boston, USA
7-12 August 2022
Successors and entrepreneurs transform their businesses and shape their family legacies. Focus on technology and family governance with the globally recognised family enterprise expert Professor John Davis.
Recommended ages: 26-38 years.
Academic content - Learn at top-ranked business schools, explore campus life and academic offerings to further your studies.
PwC insights - Meet our professionals, get first-hand practitioner insights and explore mega-trends in a fast-paced business world.
Peer networking - Bond with peers from around the globe. Build strategic alliances and friendships for life. Discover new cultures and expand your horizons.
Personal development - Discover your passions and strengths. Psychometric tools can reveal your work preferences and social style for effective interaction with others.
Entrepreneurial challenge - Work individually or in teams on a real entrepreneurial project to develop your social and business acumen.
“The core responsibility that most of us inherit is to bring our family business forward. Why not learn from the vast library of knowledge and networks that are out there?”