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MBA Influencers

A whole industry exists around providing advice and guidance on which business school to apply for and how to get accepted. In this article we look at some of the key movers and shakers within this sector.

In no particular order, here are some of the people with their finger on the pulse when it comes to all things MBA!


Stacy Blackman

An MBA graduate from Kellogg herself, Stacy has been providing advice on business school admissions since 2001 and is responsible for the MBA Admissions: Strictly Business blog on US A keen user of social media, you can also follow Stacy on Twitter @stacyblackman.


Linda Abraham

Linda is the founder of Accepted and has been helping wannabe business leaders get accepted at their business school of choice since 1994. The core business is helping prospective MBA students to write engaging personal statements and application essays. Linda has also authored numerous books on the subject. Another proficient user of social media, you can check Linda out @Accepted.


John A Byrne

John is the Chairman and Editor-in-Chief of C-Change Media Inc who are responsible for a number of business websites, the most relevant to this topic being Poets & Quants. John is an extremely well respected author and his articles are often featured by many of the leading business websites and blogs, besides being an author he also specializes in dissertation writing service.


If you haven’t heard of these people then you should go and check them out now!

Also, let us know if you think we have missed somebody really important.