01 Oct 2014
"I always knew I wanted to do something entrepreneurial but I didn't feel I had the necessary breadth of business skills to make it happen," says Dan Saunders, founder and managing director of Decarbon Capital, who has an MBA from London Business School.
"An MBA allowed me to develop these skills and the business school provided a safe environment to test ideas, make mistakes and gauge which business concepts had potential. This included winning a business plan competition that ultimately gave me the confidence to raise money and set up my own business on graduating."
Read the full article.