Would you like to chat with the CEO of ARINGO Americas, Michelle Miller about anything MBA related? If so, you’ll have the chance to do so on Wednesday, December 7th 2016 at 9-11 AM Pacific Time over at GMAT Club. Read more about the chat here and take part here.
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