How Tigerhall’s Nellie Wartoft Plans To Kill Off The MBA

“The day that an 18-year-old planning their career downloads Tigerhall rather than completing an application from for university is the day my work here will be done,” says Nellie Wartoft, founder and chief executive of the Singapore-based social learning app. Tigerhall, a two-year-old start-up that has already signed deals with some of the world’s best-known companies, is today opening its doors in the U.S. and Wartoft is on a mission to rid the world of “useless MBA courses.”

It is an aggressive business pitch built on Wartoft’s personal experience. Aged 18, she left her home town in Sweden, buying a one-way ticket to Singapore with an ambition to pursue a

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