Lagos Business School and Deloitte Nigeria, today, signed an MoU to collaboratively host a series of Business Insights Roundtable discussions on trending business issues with captains of industry. The discussions will take place annually and the topics will be jointly selected by both organisations.
Though targeted at C-Suite executives from all sectors of the economy, after each event, Deloitte and LBS will jointly develop thought leadership materials for the Nigerian market which will be circulated to a wider audience.
Speaking on the collaboration, Dr Enase Okonedo, Dean, Lagos Business School, expressed her delight in partnering with one of the leading professional services firms in Africa to support industry with valuable insights given LBS’ commitment to impacting the practice of management in Nigeria and Africa. “I’m particularly delighted because LBS and Deloitte share common goals. I’m also hopeful that this initiative will result in transformational results for businesses and society at large” she said.
This year, the session will focus on: “Disruption and Innovation in business” and the event details will be communicated to invited guests in the coming weeks.
The esteemed representatives Dr Enase Okonedo, Dean, Lagos Business School and Anthony Olukoju, Deloitte West Africa Chief Operating Officer signed copies of the MOU in the presence of the Press and members of each institution. The signing was witnessed by Amaka Odunze, Head Corporate Communications, Lagos Business School and Marie-Therese Phido, West Africa Clients and Industries Leader, Deloitte Nigeria.