MBA Q&A: Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship

Have you ever wanted to start your own business? Are you an MBA graduate or student who is searching for an advice on how to create your own start-up? Financial Times MBA Jobs Clinic Q&A will help you on starting a company.

This Thursday, Oct. 16, 2014, from 14:00 until 15:00, BTS, experts will answer readers’ questions.

You can ask your question by sending an email to ask@ft.com or tweet to @ftbized #MyMBACareer.

The panel of experts includes:

Jonathan Moules, the Financial Times business education correspondent

Howard Kingston, co-founder and chief marketing officer at Future Ad Labs, a London-based technology start-up. He earned an MBA degree from Durhan University Business School.

Stewart Thornhill, professor of entrepreneurial studies a the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business.

Mike Grandinetti, global discipline lead and professor of entrepreneurship and innovation at Hult International Business School. He has an MBA from Yale School of Management.

The answers to your questions, you can find on the day at the FT’s MBA Blog.

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