If you’re thinking about building your own business, you’re not alone. Entrepreneurship is a goal for many people pursuing an Executive MBA. In fact, about 30 percent of EMBA students aspire to become entrepreneurs or self-employed after they graduate. This is hardly surprising given that entrepreneurs on average enjoy higher incomes, a better work-life balance, and more career satisfaction than those in traditional careers.
While the benefits of entrepreneurship are clear, the odds of success improve with a strong foundation of business knowledge. An EMBA can provide that knowledge andgive your entrepreneurial ambitions a head start. Here are a few other ways entrepreneurs get value out of an EMBA.