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The Harold and Pauline Price Center for Entrepreneurial Studies

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“For someone that runs a small company, the knowledge that you gain in this program is invaluable.
It’s something that you have to do to actually realize it. It completely changes the way you think and take actions and decisions.”


-Gabriel Ruiz
MDE Alum, Technology Director, ADX Technologies

The 2014 Silicon Valley Management Development for Entrepreneurs (MDE) Program
"Helping Entrepreneurs Develop Vision and Competence"

Program Dates: April 10-13, 2014,
Application Deadline: March 10th, 2014
Cost: $3500
Location: San Ramon Valley Conference Center

MDE is for entrepreneurs and/or exectutives in existing businesses who desire to develop their management skills to enhance their companies’ revenues, profits, and market impact.

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EXPLORE PROGRAMS » ALUMNI TESTIMONIALS »
  • REQUIREMENTS
    Traditionally, applicants have been in business for 3-5 years and have a minimum $500,000 in revenues, and want to learn entrepreneurial-focused MBA concepts.
  • CURRICULUM
    Includes Strategy, Financial Analysis, Operations, Marketing, Technology and Managerial Effectiveness
  • FACULTY
    UCLA Anderson's award-winning MDE faculty specialize in entrepreneurial education and small business consulting. They teach entrepreneurs to build and manage effective and profitable organizations.
  • COST
    The program which is valued at $7500 is offered to you at a discounted rate of $3,500, which is made possible by the corporate sponsors below:
Price Center UCLA Anderson The Harold and Pauline Price Center for Entrepreneurial Studies, a recognized leader in entrepreneurial education and research, oversees all teaching, research, extracurricular, and community activities related to entrepreneurship at the UCLA Anderson School of Management.

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