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“…He said his father loved documents so much that he would save any paper that came his way. When he died, his children gathered all the paper together and made a bonfire of them.”

Succession plan in place 20% ….ONLY !!!


The main objective of Rome Business School is to train new entrepreneurs and new managers

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The Euro-African Forum

The Euro-African Forum is promoted and supported by various institutions, its founders are the Hispanic-African activist and politician Yiboula Bazier Emmanuel and the entrepreneur and consultant Josu Gómez Barrutia, counting on collaboration since its first edition of the Financial Area ,

The International Magallanes Institute, House of Africa, Finnova Foundation of the EU, European Diplomatic World Institute, Rome Business School based in Rome and Nigeria among other entities.

The main objective of the forum is to create a space of connection between the political, economic and social leaders of Africa and Europe.

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Executive Master in Logistic & Supply Chain Management (LAGOS)

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We always maintain an international vision, and our mission is to train global leaders equipped to manage companies all over the world from an innovative and sustainable perspective.

This is the meaning of our mission to create better managers for a better world.
We have revolutionized the ordinary approach to higher education through our dynamism and effective training. Our students, alumni, faculty, and staff members are the driving force behind this change. We are committed to creating future managers, entrepreneurs, and professionals to a level of excellence and ethics in their competences, to take the world to the next age of modernity and progress. We train our talent to make the difference, reach their objectives and innovate. Your future is our primary concern, and we work hard to help you fulfill your dreams.
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The challenge of effective communication

Every communicator, who has a minimum of experience, knows that the object of his communication will achieve success and public understanding only if the exposure is simple and understandable. Striving to simplify rewards in quantity and public appreciation, but exceeding the simplification of the topic risks making us appear banal or dispensers of partial and incomplete information.

The challenge of effective communication is to push the boundaries of maximum simplification, without going beyond them.

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A funny story has been running for years about the space race between the USA and the SOVIET UNION: … it all started badly that the astronauts’ pens did not write in zero gravity, for the simple reason that the ink inside them did not descend towards the tip. At NASA they immediately took scientists, locked them in a room, and gave them unlimited resources taken from American taxpayers. A few months later, NASA scientists created a pen that wrote in any direction and in zero gravity … The Soviets sent to buy a dozen pencils !!!!





Courage and passion distinguished family businesses

Courage and passion distinguished family businesses, before finance governed the economy.

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Rome Business School Nigeria, a satellite campus of the Rome Business School based in Rome, Italy is a managerial training and research institute of excellence situated in Ikeja, Lagos.

The Rome Business School Nigeria’s aim is to play a role in closing the gap between the academic world and the job market by providing managerial training courses suited to convey the knowledge necessary to kick-off or develop professional careers or business activities.

Our mission is to train entrepreneurs, managers and professionals to a level of excellence in their competence and their ethical approach to business and work, able to play a part in the development of an economic humanity and of a society more prosperous, fair and respectful of the central role of the individual.

It is without doubt that every country has its uniqueness; specific environment, divergent economies and different market penetration techniques, Rome Business School Nigeria was established to meet the Nigerian needs, while taking into consideration global standards.

Rome Business School Nigeria is not only charged with the responsibility to provide support, advice and help for prospective MBA and Master degree students but also embedded with the capacity to carry out Short Executive Courses training peculiar to the Nigerian environment and targeted towards individuals, companies and the nation building at large.

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Letter of Credit (Rome Business School, Nigeria)

The English word “bank” derives from the Italian term “banco” (or “banca”), in turn stemming from the Frankish word “bank”.

In Italian, “banco” originally referred to a bench with a back, then a bench’s wooden seat, in the 1300s a shop counter, in the 1500s a craftsman workbench. Finally, from the counter where money was exchanged, collected and lent, it came to mean the institution itself offering those services.

Like for almost everything, you can find the remote origins of the banking system in ancient history. Saving and borrowing services existed among the Sumerians of ancient Mesopotamia, where private individuals felt the need to entrust their riches to priests, and among the ancient Greeks.

Other than this mainly formal recognition, banking was an Italian invention.

Letter of credit

A letter of credit was one of the most important financial mechanisms that allowed international trade to flourish in the 15th century. As caravans wheeled, and ships sailed around Europe distributing fine goods, the letter of credit became a necessity for travelling merchants.

A letter of credit is an agreement in which the buyer’s bank guarantees to pay the seller’s bank at the time goods/services are delivered. They would be authorised to receive pounds in the London branch, for example, at 40 pence to the florin exactly 90 days after (the timing was always fixed).

Shipping large sums of money over land on a regular basis was too dangerous during this era. For this reason, traders would deposit florins (the Florentine currency of the day) in a Medici bank for a letter of credit.

Herein this tidy little innovation also lay the genius of the Medici wealth-generating machine. During the early Middle Ages, usury (the lending of money for interest) was a cardinal sin- which posed a problem for banking institutions such as the Medicis in a religiously-zealous society. A letter of credit was one of many ways they could disguise the interest within transactions, and refrain from angering the theocracy.

Continuing our example from above, the London branch of the bank would then turn around and find someone wanting to purchase florins in Florence, but at the rate of 36 pence to a florin (currencies traded in different rates home and away). This little difference of 4 pence per florin gave the cunning Medicis a 22% annual return. In the eyes of the contemporary theologian, this was a currency exchange rather than a sin, absolving them of the judgment of God, whilst making a tidy profit.


Rome Business School…

…strongly believes in an international mission, giving a first role to cross-cultural communication between its students and granting access to managerial education worldwide.

With 31 partners universities worldwide, the Rome Business School is actively in partnership with them in providing this kind of services, such as:

  • Rome Business School Nigeria
  • Fotabe University, Cameroon
  • Brilliance Business School, Egypt
  • Indian Institute of Logistics, India
  • Don Bosco School of Management, India
  • WEBS College, Myanmar
  • MHR Group International, Belarus-Syria
  • AMOS Sport Business School, France
  • Belarusian State University, Belarus
  • Business and Technology University, Georgia
  • St. Mary University, Ethiopia
  • Hindustan College of Arts & Science, India
  • Pace University, USA
  • International Institute of Business, Ukraine
  • MISAP, Italy
  • EAE Business School, Spain
  • Valencian International University, Spain
  • Cyprus Institute of Marketing, Cyprus
  • GBU Europe, Cyprus

International MBA

The International MBA has been designed so that participants can enhance and increase their knowledge in business management and administration, work with the main management tools and strengthen their managerial skills and competences.

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Masters Online

Master in Marketing and Sales

With our Master in Marketing & Sales, we offer the key to corporate excellence to professionals in direct contact with customers, equipping them with the skills required by the market. Throughout the program, the professionals are provided with the conditions to evolve, and participants will undergo a process of change and personal growth.

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Master in Fashion and Design Management

Rome Business School’s Master in Fashion and Design Management is the ideal choice for all those wishing to develop solid management skills to work in the Fashion & Design Management industry and become fashion and design specialists, trend researchers, fashion communicators, brand specialists and be competitive in the international job market.

Master in Fashion and Design Management

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More than 10 years in Online learning education and part of Planeta de Agostini Group, world leaders in higher education. The Online courses offer all the contents of oncampus learning and ensures a complete and professionalizing experience. Intake November 2020, scholarship up to 20% valid until the 28th of August 2020!

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Success rate of our presentations

…and if instead I told you that with that type of engine you would save a lot of money because you could make the washing machine work at night using the savings of the time slots without any disturbance of your sleep?
What we have just done is to discuss a technical characteristic (the inverter motor) in a benefit / advantage (savings)

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European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD)

Rome Business School has been accredited by the  a world-wide recognized accrediting body for business schools, business school programs and corporate universities.

EFMD is an international non-profit organization with the highest European network in management development. With over 900 member organizations from 91 countries, EFMD has a goal of ensuring the best value in managerial education, by creating mediums for information, networking, research and revolution towards advancement. Every person under the umbrella of any member institution recognized by the EFMD, has the opportunity to connect with other members for progression. Having achieved this accreditation, coupled with the motto of Rome Business School –“Better Managers for a Better World”-, we are clearly on the right path towards creating great value and opportunities for our executive students.

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