Technology changes the way we connect with business family communities.
Montreal, QC (PRWEB) January 04, 2012
In November 2011, Dr. Pascale Michaud, President of BFF, announced the launch of the organization’s first free iPad app, designed to help business family members and professionals working with them access short educational videos on the go. Following the success of its iPad app, the organization is proud to announce an extended compatibility range to the iPhone.
“We are very thrilled to extend our multimedia support to the iPhone. Business families will now have instant access to our vast library of educational videos and audio clips. All useful features found on the iPad app are optimized for use with the iPhone”, reveals Dr. Pascale Michaud.
BFF’s mission is to provide education and support to entrepreneurial families worldwide. Through the extended compatibility of its latest app, it is now one of the first philanthropic organizations in its field to become a pioneer in technology. It has significantly broadened the accessibility of its offerings in order to generate a stronger and wider social impact on business families. “Technology changes the way we connect with business family communities”, added Philippe and Nan-b de Gaspé Beaubien, the business family who launched the organization more than 20 years ago.
The newly launched app allows users to explore the Foundation’s large collection of educational videos and audio clips through category, keyword and family searches. Users can also mark specific videos as favorites for immediate accessibility and greater convenience.
About the Business Families Foundation:
The Business Families Foundation (BFF) is a non-profit, charitable organization established 21 years ago that provides education and support to family enterprises around the world. Launched and nurtured by business families helping business families, in collaboration with universities, the mission of BFF is to empower entrepreneurial families and those who advise them to address and resolve their issues and, in so doing, help them grow, develop and endure as the economic backbone and social fabric of their communities.