Yale University Students MBA Program Visits FNC Entertainment
By Staff Writer | March 14, 2013 02:16 PM EDT
Students from Yale University's MBA program was given the opportunity to visit FNC Entertainment in Korea.
These selected students were able to take a look at the K-Pop industry through the 'Yale University of Management International Experience'.
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Many of the students attending the program stated that they were interested in the entertainment business and the country itself. They were shocked at the up-to-date equipment and system they had at FNC.
CEO of FNC Entertainment stated, "Our agency strives to create a company that supports one another like family. We like to have happy artists that produce good music. We will also be holding a FNC Entertainment concert soon as well."
Students from the MBA program also revealed that they would want to intern at FNC Entertainment as well to learn more about the business.
This program only visited FNC Entertainment while in Korea. FNC houses CNBLUE, AOA, Juniel and more.
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