As Green MBAs become more popular GreenMBAi has been established to become the definitive source of information, resources and news about this exciting new degree.
Online PR News – 28-May-2011 – – As Green MBAs become more popular GreenMBAi has been established to become the definitive source of information, resources and news about this exciting new degree.
Green MBAs are similar to traditional MBAs with additional focus on environmental subjects like sustainability, green marketing, social responsibility and eco efficiency. As businesses become more green, the demand for employees with a strong understanding of environmental issues and a range of cutting edge skills to promote sustainability is growing.
San Diego, CA, May 26, 2011 – San Diego, CA based GreenMBAi has announced a new free report for students, professionals, entrepreneurs and executives who are interested in learning more about Green MBAs.
The new website www.GreenMBAi.com has been set up to be the number one resource on everything to do with Green MBA programs in the US and overseas. As part of the launch, a new report “The Essential Guide to Green MBA programs” has been published and this free guide is available to all visitors to the website.
The guide covers the differences between a Green MBA and a conventional MBA, the benefits of this program, the job prospects and how graduates can achieve career success and personal fulfillment by choosing an environmental education and career.
Green Business and technology is gaining widespread acceptance by both consumers and businesses alike. The Federal government has made it known that all businesses should strive to become ―Green, regardless of their size, and the US is engaged in a competitive race with China and Europe to develop the next generation of environmental technology. Business needs a new management professional who can help take advantage of this powerful trend, and the Green MBA will soon become the qualification of choice.
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