Do you want to be an entrepreneur? Are you considering what your next steps should be? Should you pursue a management degree or get the first-hand experience in the market? And have you also asked yourself if entrepreneurship can actually be learned in a classroom?
Well, Mikkel Draebye, a startup advisor and professor of entrepreneurship and strategy at SDA Bocconi Asia Center tells us why learning entrepreneurship can't be limited to the classroom. He has been teaching entrepreneurship and has also served as an advisor to startups across the globe.
Here's his take on the debate - 'Can you learn entrepreneurship in a classroom?'
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