Catholic University of America’s Busch School of Business to Co-Host; Will Feature Speakers such as Reihan Salam, Stephen Auth, Dr. Andrew Abela, Dr. Anne Bradley, and More
New York, New York (September 10th, 2019) – The Napa Institute and Catholic University of America’s Busch School of Business will be hosting their annual Principled Entrepreneurship Conference in Midtown Manhattan, October 21st-22nd, which will explore the theme of Unleashing Human Flourishing.
This annual event brings together academic, business, and faith leaders and seeks to build a just society through the promotion of principled entrepreneurship. This year’s conference will feature many renowned and inspiring speakers including Reihan Salam of the Manhattan Institute; Stephen Auth of Federated Global Equities; Dr. Andrew Abela, Dean of Catholic University’s Busch School of Business; David Bahnsen, Founder of the Bahnsen Group; Philip Hamburger of Columbia Law School; Dr. Anne Bradley of the Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics; Martijn Cremers of the University of Notre Dame; and many more. There will be presentations from all of these speakers and more, and opportunities for prayer, networking, and fellowship.
“The mission of the Napa Institute’s Principled Entrepreneurship Conference is to bring together leaders in business, academia, and faith; to challenge, educate and engage participants; and to create a community focused on building a just society through principled entrepreneurship,” said John Meyer, Executive Director of the Napa Institute. “We are particularly excited about this year’s conference because this year’s conference is happening right in the midst of many powerful societal discussions on monetary policy, economics, business, and entrepreneurship – and we look forward to contributing to those discussions. We are really looking forward to this year’s conference and the fruit that it bears.”
What: The Napa Institute and Catholic University of America’s Busch School of Business’ Annual Principled Entrepreneurship Conference
October 21st-22nd, 2019
Where: Midtown Manhattan, New York City [Location will be given at time of RSVP]
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We are excited to announce that our keynote speakers include His Eminence Raymond Cardinal Burke, George Weigel, Jim Daly, Alan Sears, Fr. Robert Spitzer, Patrick Lencioni, Dr. Tim Gray and more. Visit the conference page for more information or click below to register!
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