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.
You know it as the world capital of fashion. It’s also well-known as one of the biggest financial poles in Europe. Today, Milan is also a serious contender for the title of extraordinary driving force of development and innovation.
For my project work at school I was fortunate enough to serendipitously fall into a role at an Italian Based, Global, eCommerce start-up with clients around the world.
Italy has finally rediscovered its A game in the market sectors it’s always excelled in – fashion, luxury, design and food. Meanwhile, its cities are flourishing once again, its labour market is on the up and its most prestigious business schools are ready to open their doors to the most ambitious international talents looking for the best the market has to offer.
According to a PitchBook’s research, the women that have enjoyed success as entrepreneurs and start-up founders are those that have honed their skills and perfected their leadership expertise by undertaking an MBA. Such a course is not just an opportunity for learning, but also for professional and personal development.