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How to Attract More Members to the International MBA Forum?

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Re: How to Attract More Members to the International MBA Forum? [#permalink] New post 12 Aug 2009, 07:19
I really love GMAT club, and it has helped me a lot during my GMAT preparations. But what I really miss here is that most of the B-school threads are concentrated towards US based B-schools.

I feel there are lot of Indians on GMAT club. It would definitely be a good idea if you can encourage some thread based top ranked Indian b-schools like ISB, IIMA, IIMC etc.
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Re: How to Attract More Members to the International MBA Forum? [#permalink] New post 12 Aug 2009, 07:30
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I really love GMAT club, and it has helped me a lot during my GMAT preparations. But what I really miss here is that most of the B-school threads are concentrated towards US based B-schools.

I feel there are lot of Indians on GMAT club. It would definitely be a good idea if you can encourage some thread based top ranked Indian b-schools like ISB, IIMA, IIMC etc.



Thank you. Absolutely Agree!
I think we are waiting for leaders to emerge :) Would love to encourage action - any suggestions how to get this going?
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Re: How to Attract More Members to the International MBA Forum?   [#permalink] 12 Aug 2009, 07:30
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