London Business School support Bootnecks in2 Business for business courses


Our thanks to Lydia Wakefield and her team at LBS for hosting this event.

The evening started with Mick Betteridge toasting the Royal Marines who lost their lives in Gaza, with a shot of rum. Which was greatly appreciated by those present who knew them personally.

Lydia introduced LBS and some of the current Forces Alumni, who had already landed jobs with organisations like Bain and Co.

Then our sponsor Jacobs spoke about the opportunities for a career with their organisation.


A Partnership with London Business School

One of Bi2B’s objectives is to raise the awareness of the skills that Royal Marines can bring to Business. The work that we are undertaking with the RMA – The Royal Marines Charity to help transitioning Marines to better understand the Language and Models of business, enables Royal Marines to sit at boardroom tables and participate fully. Our relationship with LBS adds authority to that awareness.

Companies go bust because they lack the agility to adapt to a changing world.

“In a time of drastic change, it is the learners who inherit the future.

The learned usually find themselves equipped to live in a world that no longer exists.

Eric Hoffer 1902 – 1983

The rank agnostic mindset of Royal Marines helps them to build teams based upon trust which in turn creates Learning Organisations, the core component of agility and innovation.


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