Collaboration between Luxembourg School of Business and FANUC

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Collaboration between Luxembourg School of Business and FANUC

Luxembourg School of Business - MBA Students

Luxembourg School of Business, FANUC and B Medical Systems are proud to announce that they have started a collaboration where LSB MBA Students and Faculty will work on a research project aiming at developing new insights into specific regional and international future developments for both companies. LSB MBA students will present their findings and recommendations to both companies after 15 weeks of extensive research and work preparation, leveraging LSB academic and business expertise.

B Medical Systems and FANUC Europe Corporation are two Luxembourg-based manufacturing companies that drive innovation in their respective industry. Their unique production capacities, extensive know-how, and global network provide invaluable opportunities to the LSB MBA students. The new collaboration will allow them to work on live business cases, exchange with local experts, and forge new knowledge in the industry. Both companies are also recognized as leading recruiters, attracting top talents from various backgrounds and horizons to Luxembourg.

The final report will be presented to Jesal Doshi, Deputy CEO, and Matin Khajooei, Chief Sales & Marketing Officer, at B -Medical Systems, as well as to Andy Smith, Director Business Excellence at FANUC, on the 18th of July, 2020. The Luxembourg School of Business professors will oversee and coach the students during their research in order to guide them on what are the best practices, roadmaps and solutions for the projects presented by the companies. The Luxembourg School of Business Faculty is composed of international professors teaching at top business schools around the world with relevant research and academic expertise on international business topics.

The Dean of Luxembourg School of Business, Dr. Dino Dogan said: Innovation and management is part of LSB’s DNA and is a key learning focus across all of the school’s programs. By collaborating with business and strategic partners, we believe that it will advance the school’s academic research and this will help for the continuous improvement of the region’s business ecosystem.”

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