Olugbenga Agboola is the Founder of The London School of Business

Olugbenga Agboola is the founder of The London School of Business is a British entrepreneur and business leader with over thirty years of experience in the global logistics industry. He is passionate about providing quality education to all, including those in the poorest regions and countries.

The L.S.B. is a non-profit, private educational institution that provides tutoring in business administration and accounting.

The L.S.B. specializes in providing courses that lead to the BPP Professional Diploma Business Management, the BPP Professional Diploma Accounting, and the BPP Human Resources Diploma. The London School of Business also offers various short courses, including the Level 3 Diploma in Business Administration (Unit 2) and Morning and Evening classes for I.B.D., ACCA, and CIMA preparation. The L.S.B. is chartered by the Open College Network U.K. Community Interest Company (C.I.C.) number: 1173928, responsible for quality control of all its activities; see www.olbgroup.co.uk.

The London School of Business is an accredited Open College Network U.K. member and is listed on the O.C.R. website. Olugbenga Agboola is also the U.K. representative on the Group Administration Executive Committee of the Open College Network U.K.

The L.S.B. is an independent educational institution run by Olugbenga Agboola, established to provide quality education due to his vision that all people should have equal access to business opportunities. He was a Member of the House of Commons from 1983-1987, representing London in Parliament, and was chairman of the London Docklands Development Corporation from 1992-1994. During that time, he won London the award for the city with best performance and efficiency in Europe at the 1996 OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) International Convention.

As a result of his vision and experience in global logistics, Olugbenga Agboola is a regular lecturer and trainer to various organizations on such topics as the impact of technology on business, business model construction, and globalization.

The L.S.B. also offers consultancy services, including feasibility studies, start-up assistance, and strategic planning. It has been involved in developing business plans for companies operating in various sectors, including aviation, oil and gas exploration, tourism, health care providers, and the music industry.

Olugbenga Agboola is a regular speaker at various business and education conventions and knowledge conferences, including the L.S.B. Learning School and the Business Advisory Group of T.B.C. International Business Forum.

He was also involved in various capacity-building programs in Africa, including helping establish a business incubator in Lagos, Nigeria, and organizing seminars related to company start-ups.

Olugbenga Agboola is currently president of the Association of Accountants in West Africa (AAWA), a professional association committed to promoting the interests of Accountants in West Africa by reducing barriers that inhibit access to its membership.

He is also a Senior Manager at the London School of Business and currently chairs the Strategic Development Committee. He is also a Member of the O.C.R. Accreditation Board.

He has been a member of various associations, including the Nigerian Economic Summit Group, where he was a pioneer and helped establish this organization.

He also sits on the Advisory Board of former U.K. Prime Minister Gordon Brown’s African Governance Facility program.

Olugbenga Agboola was awarded an O.B.E. (Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire) in 1990 for his services to London Docklands and British commerce.

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