Lagos Business School (LBS) hosted its periodic Breakfast Club meeting in Abuja for the first time on Tuesday, June 18, 2019.
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A paper authored by Lagos Business School (LBS) faculty, Dr Tayo Otubanjo has won the Highly Commended Theoretical Paper Award at the Corporate Communications International Conference.
Lagos Business School (LBS) alumnus, James Adeagbo has been admitted as Partner, Tax Services at multinational professional services firm, Ernst & Young (EY) Nigeria.
Lagos Business School’s Executive Education programmes have been ranked among the best in the world for the 13th consecutive year by the Financial Times (FT).
Academic Director at Lagos Business School (LBS), Olayinka David-West has been appointed a Professor of Information Systems.
Lagos Business School alumnus, Mohammed Rufai of the Senior Management Programme (SMP 30) has been named Chief Technical Officer of leading telecommunications company, MTN Nigeria.
At the ceremony, 25 members of LBS alumni across MBA programmes and three faculty members including Prof Olayinka David-West, Dr Henrietta Onwuegbuzie and Uchora Udoji were inducted into the Society.
Lagos Business School (LBS) has welcomed seven new members to its highly qualified pool of faculty.
Participants on the programme took lessons in topics such as the business of nutrition, food security in Nigeria, redefining news by incorporating sustainable development considerations.
The event saw a gathering of digital payment experts, government regulators, and other players in Nigeria’s growing technology space
The masterclass was organised by LBS and Cambridge Family Enterprise Group in collaboration with independent multi-family office, Africa Wealth Partners and Kunoch Holdings.
Lagos Business School (LBS) has announced the introduction of its Executive in Residence (EiR) Scheme set to begin in April 2019.