Lagos Business School
Only 49% of Nigerians have bank accounts, says report
Latest report from the Lagos Business School (LBS), has revealed that 49 per cent of Nigerians have viable bank accounts thus making the country’s financial inclusion efforts move at a slow pace. Besides, the report also identified broad community engagement, religious institutions, and informal social groups as key elements to achieving the financial inclusion drive…
LBS to promote growth in financial inclusion
The financial sector constantly seeks new and seamless ways to provide services to the global population, just as the increase in the use of technology in the financial industry...
FBNQuest expands financial resource centre in Lagos Business School
In line with its commitment to support reputable educational establishments with strong business and finance faculties, FBNQuest Merchant Bank, the merchant banking and asset management subsidiary of FBN Holdings Plc has delivered a ‘Bloomberg Room’ at the Lagos Business School – Pan Atlantic University (LBS). The Bloomberg Room is a financial resource centre where students…
Mitigating against Business failure
As stated in the previous articles, the first step to business success, is to have an idea that solves problems or meets a need. The second step is to find a way to start small while thinking big.
LBS takes foreign participants on tour of Lagos to explore commercial ventures
Lagos Business School in partnership with Duke Corporate Education (South Africa) hosted an International Executive Development Programme (IEDP) for the Banking Sector Education and Training Authority (BANKSETA), South Africa.
Total, LBS sign MoU on educational partnership
Lagos Business School (LBS), and Total Nigeria has signed a three year Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), on Educational Partnership Agreement to optimally harness...
Review curriculum to accommodate knowledge application, Okonedo charges government
To prepare the Nigerian child for the dynamic world of work, Dean, Lagos Business School (LBS), Dr. Enase Okonedo, has urged education managers in the country to review the current curricula to be in conformity with evolving trends.
Firms hunt for talent at LBS career fair
Despite the economic recession in the country, companies thronged the 14th MBA Career Fair held at the Lagos Business School to look for talent.
Guinness Nigeria unveils 2016 sustainability report
Nigeria’s leading beverage alcohol company, Guinness Nigeria Plc, has released its Sustainability Report for 2016, reporting its performance on various aspects of its operations...