Slam dunk for education: London Business School signs $38million contract with Kuwait

Slam dunk for education: London Business School signs $38million contract with Kuwait
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Published November 19th, 2013 - 13:51 GMT via SyndiGate.info

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The London school’s understanding of the region and its energy sector is a major reason behind the award of the contract, says Anas Meerza, general manager of Kuwait’s National Technology Enterprises Company (NTEC).
The London school’s understanding of the region and its energy sector is a major reason behind the award of the contract, says Anas Meerza, general manager of Kuwait’s National Technology Enterprises Company (NTEC).
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London Business School has won a $38 million (Dh140 million) contract to train top managers of the Kuwait Petroleum Corporation, the largest executive education programme in the school’s history.

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