• A Wine MBA? Here's What You Can Get Out of It

    6 days ago - By Fortune

    A year after Aimee Chang's father invested in a 40-acre vineyard in Napa's prestigious Pritchard Hill area in 2010, her family decided they wanted to go beyond selling grapes to making and selling their own wine. "But we had zero experience in the wine industry," admits Chang, 38, a licensed architect who had worked in New York.
    She needed to get up to speed-fast.
    So she enrolled in Sonoma State University's Executive Wine MBA, the only such program in the U.S. She commuted weekly to California for almost a year and a half, graduating in 2015. "We couldn't have launched Nine Suns winery...
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