Lagos Business School Dean, Professor Enase Okonedo has been named a recipient of the Junior Achievement Nigeria Accelerator Award…
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The week rounded off with an innovation challenge that allowed participants to share business solutions they had brainstormed in groups throughout the week.
Babatunde Okeniyi, an alumnus of the Advanced Management Programme (AMP 24) of Lagos Business School has been appointed as Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of fintech company, PayAttitude Global.
An alumnus of the Lagos Business School Management Scholar Academy (MSA), David Ehira has landed an impressive role as a Software Developer at a global technology firm, Arm Technology.
Nigeria’s Finance Minister, Zainab Ahmed, highlighted the Federal Government’s strategic priority areas at the second Lagos Business School Breakfast Club event held in Abuja
Professor Ajai provided a comparative review of China’s education system, which is the largest in the world.
Faculty in Economics at Lagos Business School (LBS), Dr Doyin Salami has been appointed to chair the Federal Government’s Economic Advisory Council.
The Roundtable saw a gathering of representatives of government agencies, multinationals, academics and other stakeholders in sustainability.
Udo Okonjo, an alumna of the Owner-Manager Programme (OMP2) of Lagos Business School (LBS), has been appointed as a Non-Executive Director at Chemical and Allied Products (CAP) Plc.
On Monday, September 2, 2019, Lagos Business School (LBS) welcomed nearly 40 young, enthusiastic men and women into its Full-Time MBA 18.
This year’s edition of the YTP attracted over 1000 applications, a significant increase on the 250 applications that were received last year.
An alumnus of Lagos Business School (LBS), Adewale Adeyipo has been confirmed to take the lead as Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer at leading Pan-African Information Communications Technology, Computer Warehouse Group (CWG) Plc.
Dr Uchenna Uzo has been selected as a Highly Commended Winner for his case, ‘Indomie Noodles in Africa: Lessons on Digital and Cultural Branding’ at the 2019 Emerald Literati Awards.
Alashe has functioned in various capacities including Financial Controller at Dangote Group, Head of Finance, Flour Mills of Nigeria, and Chief Financial Officer/Executive Director, Coscharis Farms.
Marketing Faculty, Dr Uchenna Uzo is the recipient of the Lagos Business School 2019 Dean’s Case Award for his case, Research in Motion: Managing Channel Conflicts.
The Senior Management Programme (SMP 65) class of Lagos Business School is currently supplying electricity to Rugan Bayero community in Kunawi, Mararaba, Nasarawa state.
Organised by Lagos Business School and the University of Surrey, England, the workshop was borne out of a Research England-funded project that studied women’s experiences of tourism entrepreneurship in Ghana and Nigeria
The Lagos Business School Sustainability Centre has partnered with building products company, Lafarge for the 2019 Lafarge’s Africa Sustainability Forum which held on July 16, 2019, at the Nigerian Economic Summit Group Summit House, Ikoyi.
Lagos Business School (LBS) alumnus, Premier Oiwoh of the Senior Management Programme (SMP 24) has been appointed Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of the Nigeria Inter-Bank Settlement System (NIBSS).
Foremost entrepreneur and alumna of Lagos Business School’s flagship programme, the Chief Executive Programme (CEP), Mrs Ibukun Awosika was named Distinguished Alumni 2019.
Lagos Business School (LBS) hosted its periodic Breakfast Club meeting in Abuja for the first time on Tuesday, June 18, 2019.
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).