& STANFORD CASE STUDY
Participate in discussions around entrepreneurship, the wine industry, and the ins-and-outs of operating an international bi-cultural family enterprise using case studies published by Stanford University's Graduate School of Business. Ideal for diverse groups interested in experiential learning opportunities including alumni travel groups, corporate off-sites, and all groups focused on continuing education.
Engage in candid dialogue with Kingston family leadership. Learn about our 100-year story and our mutual wanderlust for international travel, with creative, entrepreneurial inspiration sprinkled along the way. Join our Chilean winemaker Amael Orrego and other members of our Chilean-American team as we walk through the wines and share the challenges of running winemaking operations during periods of political unrest and a worldwide pandemic.
- Prior to your event, key stakeholders meet to discuss your priorities and customize a plan that’s right for your visit. Topics may include:
- Strategy and Innovation
- Building a Global Brand from Scratch
- Women’s Leadership
- Reinventing a 100-Year-Old Family Business
- Pricing includes tour, barrel tasting, and lunch typically starting around $139 per person depending on the number of participants and the wines chosen.
VIRTUAL LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES
Limited in your ability to travel?
Since the pandemic began, we’ve successfully hosted virtual sessions with MBA and eMBA programs, along with corporate groups, all around the world. In many ways, it’s similar to visiting us in Chile. Each participant is shipped a wine set for the virtual event, then Kingston family leadership joins your Zoom classroom to engage and interact with participants through the case and/or any topics you’d like to discuss.
Making plans to travel but want to get the conversation started early? Virtual events can also be added to any in-person trip!