One of Africa's foremost producers and Chief Executive Officer of Ebonylife Media, Mosunmola Abudu (Mo Abudu) continues to break barriers and blaze the trail.
This is part of the Required Curriculum Classes that all first-year students must take; ie THE HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL - EBONYLIFE CASE STUDY.
Mo shared this exciting news on social media and revealed it's been about a year in the making, in partnership with Harvard Business School professors and their research department.
This comes at a time when EbonyLife turns Ten next year and so she indicated, the case study reflects on how the journey began and where they are today. She said it reflects on many of the challenges she and her team have had along the way and the consequences of some of the decisions they took.
She was in Boston at the Harvard Business School whilst this case study was being taught for the first time. She got the opportunity to share the Ebonylife Story with the students and faculty and answer questions.
She is behind blockbuster movies and series such as The Wedding Party 1& 2, Chief Daddy, Oloture, Castle and Castle and other hits.
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