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Can entrepreneurship be taught? Prof. Christopher Abraham shares his views on Dubai Eye 103.8

 

How to become a successful entrepreneur? Can entrepreneurship be taught? Prof. Christopher Abraham, Professor and Head of Campus (Dubai) at SP Jain School of Global Management, was invited on 10th January 2019 to The Business Breakfast show hosted by Dubai Eye 103.8, one of the leading talk radio stations in the UAE, to share his insights on what it means to be an entrepreneur.

(Left to right) Prof. Christopher Abraham, Professor and Head of Campus (Dubai) at SP Jain School of Global Management; Ms. Brandy Scott and Mr. Richard Dean - radio presenters at Dubai Eye 103.8

The interview began with Prof. Abraham talking about entrepreneurship from an academic perspective. When asked about what it takes to be an entrepreneur, he said that one needs vision, passion and ideas but what he emphasised is that the current environment is extremely ‘exciting’ for entrepreneurship.

According to him, the reason for the growth of entrepreneurship in recent times is due to the technological disruptions taking place which are leading to abundant opportunities for everyone.

 
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