UVM Plays Major Role in Burlington’s Rise as New Entreprenurial and Technology Hub
- By John M Turner
Our new, one year Sustainable Entrepreneurship MBA (SEMBA) class scheduled to launch August 2014, is already attracting a lot of attention and applicants. SEMBA prepares students to create profitable and sustainable business opportunities in a world undergoing transformational change.
The program appeals to people not content to do things the way they've always been done, the disrupters, innovators and visionary entrepreneurs. Leaders who think differently and know there's a better way to do business, and who are ready to embark on a business education that will prepare them to live differently, lead differently and profit differently.
That's why SEMBA program director Professor Willy Cats-Baril was featured in an UVM Continuing & Distance Education (CDE) article that shines a spotlight on the role the University of Vermont is playing in Burlington's rise as a major technology and entreprenurial hub.
Here's the story, we are proud to be a part of such an innovative and vital private/public partnership, and thanks again to CDE for such an informative article.