Loyola University Chicago

Quinlan School of Business

About the Family Business Center

The Family Business Center of Loyola University Chicago's Quinlan School of Business is a community of business-owning families dedicated to learning and sharing knowledge to repair, sustain, and grow successful family businesses. We serve as an indispensable network for families in search of a confidential sounding board of like-minded individuals. We provide this through peer advisory groups, learning institutes, and annual events.

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Mission
As an integral part of the Quinlan School of Business, our mission is to help family businesses navigate complex generational transitions, strengthening both their family and business.

Vision
To be the premier resource and learning community for multigenerational, mid- to large-sized family businesses.

General Office Info
Phone · 312.915.6490
Emal · fbc@luc.edu

Office Location
Loyola University Chicago
Quinlan School of Business
Schreiber Center
16 E. Pearson St.
Suite 211
Chicago, IL 60611

Mailing Address
Loyola University Chicago Family Business Center
820 North Michigan Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60611

Twitter: @LoyolaFamilyBiz

Loyola Business Leadership Hub

The Family Business Center is a member of the Loyola Business Leadership Hub.  The Hub is composed of different Leadership Centers that provide a range of services -- some of which can benefit your Family Business.  Check out what they have to offer below.

LEADERSHIP HUB
Delivering high quality professional education that is characterized by excellence, innovation, justice, and leadership.
Where industry leaders and academics can exchange ideas and advance their knowledge in global supply chain management.
A community of business-owning families dedicated to learning and sharing knowledge to repair, sustain, and grow successful family businesses.
Helping social enterprises and businesses successfully navigate sustainability in social, environmental, and financial performance.
Helping organizations responsibly manage the full spectrum of enterprise risk in a rapidly changing global economy.
Where the study and successful practice of innovation connects students, alumni, and faculty with the greater entrepreneurship community.