No one ever said entrepreneurship was easy. The path to launching a new business is always a rocky one, with plenty of starts and stops, bumps, and direction changes along the way. It takes perseverance, creativity, and a certain tolerance for risk.
But that’s not to say it can’t be made easier. With the right combination of skills, experience, and guidance, an entrepreneur can navigate those rocky early phases and build a sustainable, profitable business.
You, like many people In the midst of their careers, may dream of striking out on your own — to test your mettle in the fast-paced startup world or bring a new product or service concept to life. But as good as you may be at engineering, or product design, or sales, what’s holding you back is a lack of well-rounded business know-how.
You know that starting a business will require you to secure funding, build a team, manage a budget, and market and distribute a product. How can you add these skills to your entrepreneur’s toolbox?
For three reasons, an MBA at Fisher College of Business at Ohio State University will help you beef up your business skills, forge connections, and incubate your ideas, making your path to business leadership as smooth as possible.