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More than 1,600 colleges and universities now offer programs in entrepreneurship, and the number of academic chairs that have been funded specifically for entrepreneurial education grew from 237 to 406 in less than four years, according to a report by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation
Upshot:
Your competitors and small business customers will combine the traditional “learning by your bootstraps” with real book smarts, too. As a result, artists, musicians, tradesmen and others not traditionally exposed to business education will learn not just their trade but small business management skills.

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