ON-Lion Letter

On February 27 and 28 in New York City, The Adam Smith Society's 2015 National Meeting will bring together members from top business schools across the country to reflect on questions concerning the free-enterprise system, the intersection between business and public policy, and the civic responsibility of business leaders.  Speakers and panelists will include business and finance leaders, scholars, journalists, and commentators.

The Adam Smith Society is a nationwide, chapter-based association of MBA students and business leaders who believe that business, entrepreneurship, and commerce are wellsprings that keep America vibrant, creative, prosperous, and free.  Its aim is to build an influential network of future business leaders who are dedicated to preserving and strengthening the free-market economic system.

The national meeting will also feature breakout sessions for the students to meet professionals in areas such as entrepreneurship, asset management, consulting, investment banking, private equity, and technology.

Registration information is available online.

The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation in Milwaukee supports The Adam Smith Society, a project of the Manhattan Institute for Policy Research.

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