BFF Expands Access to its Online Modules Business Families FundamentalsTM – Version for Educators and Students With the Release of their Interactive iBook

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Business Families Foundation (BFF) releases an iBook version of its most popular online course on family entrepreneurship for educators and students in English.

This is the first iBook on the topic of family businesses. The interactive case study makes it particularly interesting.

With the growing popularity of its virtual learning courses, BFF has increased their accessibility by creating an iBook version of Business Families FundamentalsTM – version for educators and students now available in the iBookstore. Featuring the same educational content, exercises and quizzes as in the three modules of the original online course, this new iBook version will allow educators and their students to take full advantage of the convenience of the iPad environment. For the first time, these innovative modules will assist educators in helping their students better understand family business dynamics, as well as essential governance and managerial tools in family business systems in an interactive setting.

"This is the first iBook on the topic of family businesses. The interactive case study makes it particularly interesting," explains Nan-b de Gaspé Beaubien, co-chair of BFF.

This educational tool will be available on iBooks and soon on iTunes U. Within the next year, BFF will be adding more educational material, including videos, audios and lectures on the iTunes U platform, both in English and Spanish.

About Business Families Foundation:
Business Families Foundation (BFF) is a non-profit, charitable organization established 21 years ago that provides education and support to family enterprises communities 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.

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