UCW business students who aspire to be successful small or medium business owners one day would do well to acquaint themselves with the concept of angel investors and their potential benefits. According to the National Angel Capital Organization’s latest report, angel groups invest in their local area and 67 per cent of them are based in central Canada.
UCW’s MBA program helps students develop the kind of critical thinking skills needed to help e-commerce business owners quickly grasp when their retailing of merchandise needs to expand beyond the digital world. The program can help online retailers attain the success of Frank + Oak, an online luxury parka retailer that will increase its brick and mortar store count from 13 to 15 this summer.
At UCW, MBA students learn about federal and private programs aimed at helping start-up companies secure a financial boost. Thinking Capital, a privately owned online company in Montreal, is one such financier. It provides Canadian owned companies that have been in business for at least six months and have average monthly sales of $7,000 or more with financing ranging from $5,000 to $300,000.
Choosing where to study an MBA can be a difficult decision. Affordable, multicultural, and with a high standard of living, Canada attracts a great number of international students every year, and for good reason.
MBAs continue to be a greatly popular choice for graduate study. The qualification opens up many career opportunities in a variety of industries, which includes the financial services, consulting, and technology sectors.