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  • Marie Sullivan, a Gartner Talent Sourcer, sheds some light on the company's recruitment

    Inside View: Gartner

    Gartner has opened up its recruiting process and a tech background is no longer required for MBAs. Marie Sullivan, a company Talent Sourcer, shares exclusive insight with BusinessBecause.

  • Co-founders Si Dhanak, Alvaro Sabido, Ben Mallett and Philip Linnemann all studied at Imperial

    SME Profile: Caribu

    Caribu is a mobile app business, founded by four Imperial College Business School graduates. CEO Ben Mallett talks us through his plans for the business, which has proved popular with families.

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    Disruptive Innovation Poses Future Jobs For MBAs

    Steve Blank, the father of the lean start-up movement, believes the next generation of MBAs can disrupt markets. In both start-ups and corporate MBA jobs, innovation is thriving.

  • From left to right, co-founders Si Dhanak, Alvaro Sabido, Ben Mallett and Philip Linnemann

    Imperial Entrepreneurs’ App Start-Up Gets Microsoft Acceleration

    Four Imperial Master's graduates have launched a smart-phone app that helps connect families - even if they are miles apart. Now in the Microsoft accelerator, CEO Ben Mallett is going for growth.

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    Specialized Master's Gain Ground As Interest In MBA Programs Declines

    More students are considering a specialized Master's program and fewer people want to study MBA programs. Entrepreneurship is also on the rise, but finance remains the most popular industry.