How to get employer support for an EMBA – Programmes Director for TEN writes for CityAM

The Programmes Director of The Entrepreneur’s Network, Annabel Denham, explains how a person can seek corporate funding for an Executive Masters in Business Administration in CityAM. 

CORPORATE sponsorship for the Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA) course has fallen in recent years. In 2007, 34 per cent of students received full financial sponsorship from their employers (according to the EMBA Council), but by 2011, the figure had dropped to 27 per cent – and it has continued to decline since. The financial downturn has undeniably played a role, but so too has the changing face of the workplace. Lifetime employees are a rare beast nowadays – many use executive-level business degrees to change careers.

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British Entrepreneurs Split On EU Exit – Director of TEN writes for Forbes

The Director of The Entrepreneur’s Network, Philip Salter, has started writing regular columns for Forbes. His first piece - British Entrepreneurs Split On EU Exit – looks at the battle between entrepreneurs who have varying praise and criticism for the European Union.

Following the lengthy and ultimately anticlimactic Scottish referendum, you could be forgiven for thinking that the British people are ready to bunker down and leave the redrawing of political boundaries for another decade. But nothing could be further from the truth. Although the Scots rebellion has been quelled (for now), attention has instantly returned to the question of Britain’s political relationship with our brothers and sisters across the English Channel. For many Brits, Europe remains a foreign country: they do things differently there.

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