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Bo-Erik Abrahamsson


Degree:

MBA

Location:

Switzerland

Industry:

Technology

Year:

2015-16

Before starting my MBA, I worked for Procter & Gamble in Switzerland and later switched to Twitter in Singapore. I also launched/co-founded Chinofy, Geneva Accelerator, Reading For Change and a few other startups (most of which failed, which means I have a lot to learn in business school).  Studying in Oxford is a dream come true and I’m working hard to make the most out of every single day in this intense program. Feel free to get in touch if you want to talk about entrepreneurship, business in Asia or the Global Shapers program (an initiative of the WEF).

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Posted by: on May 3, 2016

MBA Digital Transformation Elective in New York

Having just returned from an extended trip to the US where we had the chance to learn everything there is to know about digital marketing, I can safely attest that Oxford courses taught abroad are at least as outstanding as Oxford courses taught in Oxford. The Digital Marketing course is an elective set up by […]

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Posted by: on March 22, 2016

The MBA World Summit

After an intensive Hilary term, I have recently come back from the 2016 MBA World Summit. This is an annual event where 100 MBA students from around the world are selected to come and meet, network and share experiences. This year’s summit took place in Miami, and I was one of the lucky attendees who […]

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Posted by: on January 14, 2016

Winning entrepreneurship at Oxford

One of the reasons for my application to the Oxford MBA program was the paramount focus on entrepreneurship. We are currently ranked number 1 in Europe for Entrepreneurship and number 3 worldwide. Even though rankings don’t tell the whole story, it does give an indication as to how important it is for the school. Having […]

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Posted by: on December 10, 2015

Emerge 2015

The recent Emerge conference brought hundreds of speakers, practitioners, academics and startup leaders to Oxford to discuss issues in Social Entrepreneurship. I was lucky enough to get a ticket (which were sold out) basically by booking the same day as I received my acceptance letter. Among the many talented speakers, James Brett stands out for […]

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Posted by: on October 30, 2015

About me

I don’t think this blog makes much sense if you as a reader don’t have a clue about who is writing. So this entry will be a very quick introduction where I tell you about where I’ve lived in the world and a few of the projects I was working on before coming to Oxford. […]

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Posted by: on October 8, 2015

First impressions

Hi there and welcome to my blog! My name is Erik and I’m a new MBA student at the University of Oxford (Saïd Business School). Over the next twelve months you will get the chance to follow my MBA journey through the written word, and I also hope to get in some videos and other […]

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