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Michael B. Laffin

For immediate release:
October 21, 2002

Carnegie Mellon Business School Again Offers Popular Entrepreneurial Management Program

PROGRAM: The Donald H. Jones Center for Entrepreneurship at Carnegie Mellon University will be starting its 11th annual Entrepreneurial Management Program (EMP) on November 5, 2002. EMP is an 11-session, non-credit program specifically designed for founders, presidents and CEOs of growing, small to mid-sized companies in any industry. The program covers vital topics such as leadership, hiring, marketing, sales and using professional advisors. All course instructors are or have been company founders and presidents. The popular program has more than 200 graduates.

WHEN: Courses are held from 6 to 9 p.m., Tuesday evenings beginning Nov. 5 and ending Jan. 28.

WHERE: Carnegie Mellon's Whitfield Hall, located at 143 North Craig Street in the Oakland section of Pittsburgh

COST: $3,995 ($3,500 for early admission)

REGISTER: To obtain more information or to register, please contact John DiRicco at 412-268-7758 or


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