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Growth of Creative sector in China makes for a great partnership with Henley Business School's MBA for the Music & Creative Industries
08-17-2013 | Business News
Never has it been so important to recognise the growth of the creative sector in China, with Shanghai exports increased by 13% in 2012 in the cultural and creative service sector.
Henley Business School are world leaders in executive and business development and were the first in the world to offer an MBA which is contextualised to the creative sectors. Attracting executives for all over the world. Henley offer not just an executive MBA but active engaged with the creative sector. Next year Henley is to host a festival of Music & Arts when the organisers of the Henley festival move to the site of the Business School in July 2014. Immense business opportunities in broadcast and technological application.
The so called 'Themed MBA' as featured by the Financial Times, The Guardian, American Business News, The Economist, as being extremely relevant for todays business managers and executives, combines the best of a core MBA and then additional time and content to contextualise this material to this sector. Programme Director Helen Gammons has spent 30 years working in the music and creative industry sector. It also includes networking events and a variety of industry speakers across the sector. This world first innovative programme pushes Henley Business School to the top of the class.
Enroling now for September. There is still time to apply. But don't delay. Business executives fly in quarterly to the UK for 3 days so that they can carry on working full time. The business networking and other potential makes this a most exciting and relevant programme.
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