About 77 per cent of regional business executives believe incubating national talent contributes to economic diversification strategies in the Middle East, a London Business School (LBS) survey said.
The survey of more than 200 bu
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London Business School (LBS) has taken fourth place in the Financial Times custom Executive Education rankings and has achieved fifth place overall.
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London Business School (LBS) has welcomed its highest ever intake of female students on its Executive MBA (EMBA) programme in Dubai, UAE.
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More than 27 per cent of the Middle East’s young population is currently unemployed – twice the global average of 13 per cent, according to estimates of the International Labour Organization (ILO).
“The job crisi