Since 2003, nearly 1,000 students have taken London’s MBA course, Business Strategies for the Base of the Pyramid (BoP) at the University of Michigan and the University of North Carolina. Faculty at universities across the globe have adopted his teaching materials in their classrooms, including more than half of the top 25 business schools.
London’s work and travel have taken him to more than 80 countries. This includes advising dozens of leadership teams in the corporate, non-profit, and development sectors on developing sustainable and scalable BoP enterprises.
London has published extensively with an emphasis on creating new knowledge with important actionable outcomes. London has published two books as well as articles in the Harvard Business Review and the Stanford Social Innovation Review. His article “Reinventing Strategies for Emerging Markets” has been cited over 1,000 times.
London has given hundreds of keynotes and talks across the globe, focused on the intersection of business strategy and poverty alleviation. These include presentations at corporate headquarters, development organization offices, and non-profit convenings, as well as invitations to speak at major international events.