Lomé Business School ( LSB) is a university offering training courses in Information Technology Management and Business Management in Lomé, Togo. LBS opened in 2013 with 13 students and has 117 students today. 30% of the students are coming from 8 countries in the West African sub-region, Cameroon and Gabon.
Born in Côte d'Ivoire, Fulgence Amani (CEO of LBS) studied in Côte d'Ivoire and in France. As a telecommunication engineer from ITES (Institut des Technologies et Spécialités), he worked as an IT engineer in Abidjan before continuing his studies in France where he got a master's degree in finance at SKEMA. After several years in IT Management in France at Total and Capgemini, he worked as an IT and Fintech consultant and worked with clients such as Orange Bank, Ernst & Young and Société Générale in Africa. For the past ten years, Fulgence Amani has also held teaching positions at USTA-Ouagadougou and ESSCA Paris in addition to his consulting activities before co-founding LBS with his wife, Patience Adjivon.
Marketing Director of LBS, Patience Adjivon holds a master's degree in R&D and Biotechnology from Paris VI. With a rich professional background on missions as a laboratory researcher in healthcare in France (Institut Jacques Monod, Institut Cochin, Sanofi, Pierre Fabre) and at Cap Gemini as a Fintech project coordinator, she co-founded LBS.
PARTNERSHIP WITH I&P
LBS is supported by I&P through education and employment component of I&P Acceleration in Sahel program (IP2E).
The funding and support provided to LBS aims to :
- Set up an e-learning platform to digitalize a large part of the training program
- Strengthen the pedagogical equipment of the school
- Set up a pedagogical engineering process including aspects related to digitalization
- Strengthen access to quality higher education in Togo