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Managing Art Projects with Societal Impact

Managing Art Projects with Societal Impact

Through the past 9 months, LBS master students consulted the German artstar Verlag in the frame of their Student Consulting Project 2021. With a focus on the artwork #PeaceBell by Michael Patrick Kelly, they worked out strategic directions that allow to maximize the...

Admissions are Open

We are pleased to announce that the application process for the upcoming academic year 2021-2022 has started! All applicants who are interested in applying either for the Bachelor Program “International Business Administration”, or one of our two Master Programs “International Management and Leadership” and “Strategic Finance and Business Analytics” are kindly requested to register online and start their application through our online admission tool.

LBS Students Consulting Coca-Cola Austria

On April 30, International Management & Leadership students delivered a final presentation and report of this year’s Student Consultancy Project with Coca-Cola Austria. The project was to analyze the current state of the eGaming and eSports industry and to recommend potential strategies and action plans for the Coca-Cola Marketing Team.

Building Bridges between BUSINESS & TECH

On March 17 we were happy to co-host the “Tech Up Your Business” webinar together with Green Fox Academy live on Facebook and Zoom. Our renowned speakers from Microsoft, SAS and Emarsys discussed the importance of tech skills for business professionals in various industries, as well as achieving a certain level of familiarity with contemporary technologies to succeed in the business world of today.

LBS Students Among the Best

We are glad to report that the quality of our educational programs stands out in international comparison. Our master students have recently completed the worldwide acknowledged, unbiased Peregrine Academic Service tests in business education and outperformed their peers from other international business/finance programs by far.

Increasing the Resilience of Global Value Chains for Medical Products

Christian Reiner, senior researcher at Lauder Business School, has just published a new study on how to increase the resilience and security of the supply of medical and pharmaceutical products. He co-authored the study together with Jan Grumiller and Hannes Grohs from the Austrian Foundation for Development Research. The study was commissioned and financed by the Austrian Chamber of Labour.

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