Lagos Business School
‘Women thrive when they are empowered to lead’
I started my career in audit at KPMG UK and after three years of training, I moved to Bass Group PLC, one of the largest hospitality companies in the UK.
Building young and socially conscious business leaders in Africa
My foray into the development space was rather serendipitous, after years of working as a Segment Manager focused on the youth demography in two of the leading financial institutions in Nigeria. Serendipitous, because I transitioned into a Programmes Manager role in a not-for-profit that was equally youth focused, but that was the main similarity between my previous profit focused work experience and my new “doing good and making a difference focused” experience. I was like fish out of water as it was entirely new territory for me. While the experience paved a purpose driven and self-fulfilling career path for me , the transition itself was not a walk in the park.
‘If women don’t learn to be deliberate about time management, we won’t achieve our set goals’
Bosun Adewale is a graduate of the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile- Ife, and also an alumna of The Lagos Business School (LBS). An advocate for nation-building, she founded The Guardians of Hope Foundation, a non-profit organisation that supports indigent accident and emergency victims on Lagos roads. She spends most Friday evenings getting streetwalkers off the…
Pantami projects 21 per cent digital economy by 2021
The Minister of Communication and Digital Economy, Dr Isa Pantami, has projected that Nigeria’s economy would go 21 per cent digital by 2021, as digitalisation is becoming the most adopted economy globally. According to him, the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic brought to light the importance of the digital economy in the growth of any…
Group eulogises late renowned banker, Lawal
The SMP 53 Class of the Lagos Business School has expressed deep shock over the death of one of its members, Alhaji Abdullahi Lawal, a staff of First Bank Plc, whose sad event took place in Kano after a brief illness.
Adopt stakeholders capitalism for the Niger Delta
One is deeply appalled that none of Nigeria’s numerous trendy Business Schools, inclusive of the so-called prestigious Lagos Business School...
LBS Sustainability Centre and ACT Foundation train 40 youth on waste management
40 young Nigerians in the waste management industry were recently trained by Lagos Business School (LBS) on innovative and sustainable methods of waste collection, removal, processing, recycling and disposal.
‘There are vast opportunities across all spectrums of media for female creatives’
My first field of study is Economics, before I went on to commence my certification in Marketing from the National Institute of Marketing, Nigeria (NIMN) and then proceeded to advance courses...
‘We can begin to unravel the enormous potential of our billion-dollar leather industry’
A recent 2019 report has revealed that Nigeria's leather industry is projected to generate up to $1 billion by 2025. As the nation seeks to diversify its source of economic growth beyond oil exports...