If training is crucial for a professional, it is even more fundamental for an entrepreneur. That’s especially true for Nikita Lukianets, a young Ukrainian professional who was barely of age when he decided to launch the digital branding consultancy start-up LimeJamp.
Adnan Haroon Binmahfooz, an Indo-Arab born and raised in Saudi Arabia, went on to Canada for his undergrad and eventually decided to come to Italy for his MBA. He is currently back in Hyderabad, India, and he started BOTTEGA Café, a boutique cafe’ which offers authentic tastes to its gourmand clients.
For anyone wishing to inject some impetus into their career, increase their knowledge or find a more prestigious job, an MBA is the springboard to success. Indeed, choosing to attend a business school is often an inspired decision.
The entrepreneur is an artist, a madman: the chaotically, yet precise, mixture of vision, thought and action, an inevitable combination, he wouldn’t be able to do what he does without his emotionally practical folly.