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4 MBAs, 8 Cities and 1 RV: Exploring the Future of American Business 4 MBAs, 8 Cities and 1 RV: Exploring the Future of American Business

4 MBAs, 8 Cities and 1 RV: Exploring the Future of American Business

by Meghan Neal
May 23, 2013

What will the future of business in America look like? GOOD is partnering with MBAs Across America to explore the answer to that question.
Four Harvard MBAs will hop into an RV and hit the road for eight weeks this summer, working with entrepreneurs from Asheville to Albuquerque to help develop, and discover, the future of business in the U.S.
The idea is to team up with local entrepreneurs and help their startups grow by sharing ideas from Harvard Business School, while brainstorming with the community how to build an ecosystem of innovation.
MBAs Across America will share what they learn with the GOOD community along the way, through a series of op-eds, photos and videos. You can follow along and join the conversation at
The van will head west from Boston on the Fourth of July. In the meantime, they're working to raise the funds for their 7,000-mile trip. You can learn more and help support the project on Indiegogo.

Illustration by Zoe-Zoe Sheen

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