In an effort to boost international participation in its MBA programme, Lagos Business School recently held a breakfast meeting in Douala, Cameroon for executives looking for qualitative management education on the continent.
At the event, which featured a mix of presentations and high-level networking opportunities, participants were introduced to the LBS mission to transmit management and business knowledge relevant to Africa and the world, including its focus on Africa as a viable business destination.
The School’s MBA programme was highlighted, as well as the opportunities open to participants locally and internationally following their graduation.
Marketing Manager, Segun Abodunrin, who organised the event in partnership with Soiree Reseautage, noted that participants were presented LBS’ value proposition at the event, and received a detailed testimonial on the quality of the School’s programmes by Sarah Haman, a Cameroonian who is currently on the MBA programme.
“We hope to replicate the success we recorded at the Breakfast Meeting in Ghana and Ivory Coast,” said the MBA Director, Dr Uchenna Uzo.