company for continued success,
more growth, and we have a very
Paola Bravo is formulating the
company’s medium-term stra-
“I expect that we will double
our business over the next few
years,” she said.
That includes bringing better
products to market and expanding
the company through acquisitions, she said.
And then there is succession planning.
“Over the next few years, I hope
to slowly integrate my daughters
into the business so they can see
how exciting this industry is,”
Financial journalist, economist and family business expert David Bain of London-based
Family Capital, an online magazine for family businesses, devised an alphabetical list of
the world’s top 25 business schools for future leaders of family businesses. The competition to attract the next generation of business dynasties is competitive at the world’s top
universities. Visit www.famcap.com for more information.
1. Adelaide Business School/University of
2. Alberta School of Business/University
3. Bocconi University/SDA Bocconi, Italy
4. The Chinese University of Hong Kong
5. China Europe International Business
6. EDHEC, France
7. ESADE/University of Barcelona, Spain
8. Indian School of Business, India
9. Harvard Business School/Harvard
10. Johnson Graduate School of
Management/Cornell University, U. S.
11. Jönköping International Business
12. Kellogg School of Management/
Northwestern University, U.S.
13. Kennesaw State University/Coles
College of Business, U.S.
14. IE Business School, Spain
15. IMD, Switzerland
16. INSEAD, France, Singapore
and Abu Dhabi
17. London Business School, U.K.
18. Saïd Business School/University of
19. Singapore Management University
20. University of Lancaster, U.K.
21. University of St. Gallen, Switzerland
22. University of Vermont/School of
23. Wharton/University of Pennsylvania, U.S.
24. Witten-Herdecke University/Witten
Institute for Family Business, Germany
25. Zeppelin University, Germany
Top 25 Business Schools for Family Businesses