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Win a place at Ashridge business school

Complete this survey for your chance to win a place at Ashridge business school worth £12,500

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Accountancy Age has once again combined with Ashridge, the business
school, to offer a place on a management course for the lucky winner of our
competition.

TO WIN A PLACE ON THE COURSE, all you have to do is answer
our survey on who is Britain’s best strategic mind and describe your reasons why
in no more than 100 words.

Give your reasons and include your email address to be entered in a draw to
win the place on Ashridge’s Leading Strategy & Change Programme worth
£12,000.

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