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Argument: MBA provides key knowledge for starting/running a business

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Dr. Ranee Kaur Banerjee. "Top 10 reasons to get an MBA." Bright Hub. June 8th, 2010: "Top 10 reasons to get an MBA."]: "MBA provide core knowledge in how to start, run, market, and grow a business from the ground up. This knowledge is not innate, and learning it while starting a business could simply mean that the business fails. #1: 'I want to start my own enterprise and an MBA will help me do it' I can't think of a better reason to go get that MBA qualification. [...] I firmly believe that the world needs more job makers than job seekers. Second, I know a lot of people who are entrepreneurs at heart and have really good ideas but they have to be contented working for others because they don't know how to run a business and don't want to risk failure. If you're one of them, sign-up for an MBA right now, because it will give you the knowledge, the network, the basic experience and the confidence to execute your ideas into reality."

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