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Small Business and Entrepreneurship MBA

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If you have ever considered running your own business or possibly purchasing a fantastic franchise opportunity, how do you guarantee success, and prevent your

business from falling among the 50% of new businesses that fail in the first five years? The best way to court success is to arm yourself with the best

business tools available, and the most critical tool to have in your toolbox by far is the Masters of Business Administration (MBA) in Entrepreneurship.  

So what is the Entrepreneurship MBA? The MBA is a graduate level degree that can take anywhere from one to three years to complete, depending on the program

you choose. In order to qualify for the MBA, you must have an undergraduate degree (preferably in business or accounting), and you must have a excellent score on

the GMAT test. Today there are a wide variety of ways to earn your MBA degree, whether it is through an <a

rel=”nofollow” onclick=”javascript:pageTracker._trackPageview(‘/outgoing/article_exit_link’);” href=”http://www.mbaschools.com/small-business-franchise-entrepreneurship-mba.aspx”>executive MBA program</a> that takes a year, to a standard two-year

program, to the many options available on the evenings and weekends and online. In order to specialize in Entrepreneurship, you will switch from general

business topics to more focused subjects such as entrepreneurial finance, leadership, global capitalism, and other subjects that are specific to those that

want to own their own businesses.

When considering starting your own small business, you need to be able to identify business concepts that will work, evaluate opportunities, make a

business plot, and reckon analytically. You will also need to know the basic precepts of management, financing, investing, organization, plotting,

cultivating successful relationships, and more. By far the fastest route to grasping all of these concepts is the Entrepreneurship MBA degree.

If you are thinking about building a successful business utilizing an already established structure, perhaps a excellent possibility for you is one of the many

brilliant franchise opportunities that are available today. From retail, to food, to service providers, to health care ventures, there are a vast myriad of

franchise opportunities out there today. With the Entrepreneurship MBA under your belt, you will have a far greater chance of both attracting initial

investment capital as well as guiding this franchise to incredible heights of success.

As you can see, whether you are considering launching your own small business or opening a new branch of a franchise, the very first thing you should do is

earn an MBA in Entrepreneurship. This way you can find your road the highway to success!

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