In a record-breaking feat, Mo Abudu’s media company, EbonyLife, has become a case study for Masters’ students at the Harvard Business School.
Mo Abudu announced this via her verified Instagram page on Thursday, where she revealed that this is the first time in history where a media company owned by a female African would be taught to Master’s students of Business Administration at Harvard.
According to her, over 1,000 MBA students will study the company as a compulsory class for first-year students.
Abudu said, “I did not see this coming, but I’m giving God all the glory. Only He could have made this possible.
“For the first time in history, a case study about a media company led by a female African entrepreneur will be taught at Harvard Business School to over 1,000 MBA students, as a part of the Required Curriculum Classes that all first-year students must take.
“This is The Harvard Business School – Ebonylife Case Study. It’s been about a year in the making, in partnership with Harvard Business School professors and their research department.
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