Entrepreneurs Emerging – Asia’s Business Schools. A tide of optimism caused by the success of entrepreneurs is sweeping its way across Asia and is forcing future business leaders to question traditional values. Inspired by rags-to-riches tales, from record-breaking Chinese e-commerce group Alibaba founder Jack Ma to Sachin Bansal and Binny Bansal, the Indian Institute of Technology alumni who founded online retailer Flipkart, budding upstarts are emerging across the region. Technological advancements have opened the floodgates. “The fast-paced development of web technologies, rapid prototyping and 3D printing has definitely made it easier for entrepreneurs to validate, refine and start-up,” says Aruna Reddy, head of ISB’s Cell for Entrepreneurship. Aruna says more than 400 ISB alumni have launched entrepreneurial ventures, with the figure rising year-on-year. Continue reading about Entrepreneurs Emerging – Asia’s Business Schools below.

Asia Business Schools and Entrepreneurship

asia-business-schools-and-entrepreneurshipEntrepreneurs Emerging – Asia’s Business Schools. Hero Entrepreneurs Drive Start-Up Creation At Asia’s Business Schools. Business schools and MBA programs in the Asia Pacific region have been strengthening at an exceptional rate. From relative obscurity only a decade ago to global prominence in MBA rankings today, as evidenced by the number of Asian schools featuring in the QS Global 200 Business Schools Report. Strident economic growth in the region, of course, makes it an exciting place to enroll on an MBA program. More and more international business schools and students are looking to the east for international business education. Most entrepreneurs are destined to flop but business schools like ISB encourage students to see failure as a learning curve — despite the cultural challenges, according to Nitin Pangarkar, academic director of the MBA at NUS Business School in Singapore. Hero Entrepreneurs Drive Start-Up Creation At Asia’s Business SchoolsContinue reading more about this issue by following the link.

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