Entrepreneurship: Learning from the best





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Published on Jul 5, 2011

Professor Andrew Zacharakis is the John H. Muller Jr. Chair in Entrepreneurship at Babson College (http://faculty.babson.edu/zacharakis/).

Babson's Graduate and Undergraduate programs both have earned the No. 1 ranking in the US for entrepreneurship from U.S.News & World Report. In 2011 the Graduate School achieved this distinction for the 18th consecutive year, while the Undergraduate School did so for the 14th straight time

Interview Date: 7th April 2011

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Question 1 (00:00): After 18 consecutive years, Babson's MBA is still #1 for entrepreneurship outranking Harvard, Wharton, MIT and Stanford. How do they do it?

Question 2 (01:57): How have entrepreneurs changed over the last 50 years and how will they change over the next two decades?

Question 3 (05:28): Is it easier today than 20 years ago to get a venture funded?

Question 4 (07:47): How is entrepreneurship changing in Asia?

Question 5 (08:36): What are the three most important qualities that entrepreneurs need to possess to succeed?

Question 6 (10:38): What are some of the latest findings and developments in the field of entrepreneurship?

Question 7 (12:29): Do you see other "Sillicon Valleys" emerging in the US and around the world?

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