LBS takes Myanmar! Part 2 – My fun notes

LBS takes Myanmar! Part 2 – My fun notes

What a break! Myanmar…is…amazing! To think that this country was largely closed for so many years, yet possesses such hidden and endangered monumental pieces of history, it deserves your visit. After my NEO survey (you do this early in your LBS MBA life) suggested I needed more adventure, I decided to go on the trek to Myanmar instead of the more popular Japan trek because of the former’s unique appeal; lay on top of that the lure of original Asian food and my continued interest in frontier markets. After grueling exams, a block week and minimal sleep, Myanmar did not let me down.

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LBS takes Myanmar! Part 1 – My serious notes

LBS takes Myanmar! Part 1 – My serious notes

What a break! Myanmar…is…amazing! To think that this country was largely closed for so many years, yet possesses such hidden and endangered monumental pieces of history, it deserves your visit. After my NEO survey (you do this early in your LBS MBA life) suggested I needed more adventure, I decided to go on the trek to Myanmar instead of the more popular Japan trek because of the former’s unique appeal; lay on top of that the lure of original Asian food and my continued interest in frontier markets. After grueling exams, a block week and minimal sleep, Myanmar did not let me down.

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Eight reasons to attend the 2017 LBS Africa Business Summit

Eight reasons to attend the 2017 LBS Africa Business Summit

Few would disagree that countries in Africa have gone through a rough economic patch over the past two years, particularly the continent’s largest economies. Commodity cycles have played a big part. Poor governance at different levels also. But Africans always rise to the challenge and this time will be no different.

It is against this backdrop that the London Business School (LBS) Africa Club is putting together, yet again, the high impact Africa Business Summit. Themed “Made in Africa”, it’s an attempt to engender discourse on internal solutions to the continent’s unique challenges while celebrating its triumphs. In this vein, on 22 April, at the prestigious London Hilton Hotel on Park Lane, we will be hosting some of the best minds from the continent to discuss Africa and Africa-related issues.

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