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QSTP - Carnegir Mellon Qatar Launch Entrepreneurship Program

The Qatar Science & Technology Park and Carnegie Mellon University have launched a training course for entrepreneurs. The Executive Entrepreneurship Certificate Program is a nine-month part-time course designed to teach managers and executives how to build technology-based business. The course is run by Carnegie Mellon's Tepper School of Business.

Being there on the same day that the program was formally launched I had the chance to meet the professors who would be managing and running the program. It was impressive to see that such attention is being paid to the most vital need of the region. Development of entrepreneurial skills are very essential for the regions growth. The Chair of Entrepreneurship program from Carnegie Mellon, a true entrepreneur at heart would bring knowledge to students that is not only academic but time tested and worthy.
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Anonymous businessT said...

SMEs always make up the bulk of a countrys economy. Although entrepreneurship is a craft, an art and to some extent inborn but formal education would make the learning curve steep. Thus local entrepreneurs should step up to benefit from such courses

11:12 PM  
Anonymous Khalid said...

I agree but this depends how much of these course tailor themselves to the local market needs. They can teach american syllabus as much as they want but it won't fit into the region as the difference in market structure, market regulations and consumer habits are phenominal.

11:15 PM  

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