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Business research for impact brochure

Download our recently updated research brochure, showcasing our most recent supported research, offering tangible solutions to achieve economic, public health and social impact.

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Apply now for research funding from the Wheeler Institute for Business and Development

Apply now for research funding from the Wheeler Institute for Business and Development

We support research that can have a ‘real world’ impact. This call is open to London Business School Faculty, PhD students, Post-doctoral students and Research fellows.

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Spotlight on “How to Get Stuff Done through Sustainable Investment Clusters”

Spotlight on “How to Get Stuff Done through Sustainable Investment Clusters”

Wheeler Institute project team – involving alumni Charlie Krober, George Looker, Sarah Pavlu and Victoria Zhao – supports the development of a knowledge piece collaboration on Sustainable Investment Clusters.

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The power of purposeful business

Purpose is one of the corporate buzzwords of 2020, with the politicians, the public, and even investors themselves calling on businesses to address the world’s social problems. But it may seem unrealistic to think about purpose in a pandemic when companies are strapped for cash – companies also have a responsibility to their shareholders, and […]

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Education. Inspiration. Collaboration. How can students create opportunities for each other at London Business School

A key pillar of the learning experience at LBS comes from initiatives driven by students. This year, I’m proud to be one of the Co-Presidents of The Tech & Media Club (TMC). We have over 3400+ members, and aim to build a community to empower students to explore and experience Technology & Media industries.

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Learning Journey in the Social Impact Cohort

This year, the Student-led Learning team – a group focused on creating experiential learning opportunities through student leadership – brought together a group of students to be part of the first Social Impact Cohort at LBS. This inaugural cohort focused on sustainable supply chains and comprised members from different degree programs, years of study, experience levels, and professional backgrounds.

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