- May 21, 2010
References: jeremygutsche & business.queensu
As the founder of TrendHunter.com and author of EXPLOITING CHAOS, Jeremy Gutsche's participation in Queen's Accelerated MBA for Business Graduates program has helped lead him to the vast success he experiences today.

You can read the full Queen's School of Business profile of Jeremy Gutsche in the latest MBA recruiting brochure below. Be sure to follow the links as well to get more info on the program and Gutsche.

Queen's Accelerated MBA for Business Graduates

When Jeremy entered the Queen’s MBA for Business Graduates program, he knew he wanted to start his own business. Upon graduation he did exactly that, founding Trendhunter.com, which has grown to be the world’s largest trend publication, with over 10 million views per month. He also wrote the book Exploiting Chaos, which was selected by Inc Magazine as one of the top books for business owners. He has since spoken at more than 100 conferences and appeared in the media more than 150 times. He has been described as "a new breed of trend spotter" by The Guardian, "an eagle eye" by Global TV, an "Oracle" by The Globe and Mail and "on the forefront of cool" by MTV. In a recent article in the Financial Post, Jeremy cited Queen’s MBA for Business Graduates as the source of his inspiration for Trendhunter.com, and a key building block for success.

"Not only am I one of the biggest proponents of this program, I was also the first-ever applicant. Within hours of the launch press release, I applied. At the time, I was working at a management consulting firm that would have paid to send me anywhere, but Queen’s was the only place that I applied. This program structure was perfect for me since I didn't want to take two years out of my life to go to a traditional program. In addition, the brand, curriculum and experience are exceptional. I’m truly thankful for the experience. Not only did I enjoy the material and meet a network of great friends, but one of my classes inspired me to start Trendhunter.com!"
Founder and Chief Trend Hunter