Thursday, May 7, 2015

Digital Tech Helps Budding Entrepreneurs Prosper In Online Business Courses - Seb Murray, Business Because

The rise of distance learning has put courses onto the web that are designed for those who want to run their own companies, and has paved the way for business owners to gain a business education. Courses once received a lukewarm welcome from entrepreneurs but top business schools, from Stanford to Copenhagen and digital upstarts like edX and Udacity, are gaining favour with founders. Gerard Grech, chief executive officer at Tech City UK, the government-funded group promoting the sector, says: “Campus life and entrepreneurship are not mutually exclusive.” By putting content online, even traditional educational institutions are seeing growth. UCLA Anderson, MIT and Haas School of Business, which has a campus in Silicon Valley, all offer online programs which are designed for entrepreneurs.

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