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LG Launches B2B Academy in Lagos to Foster Skill Development

LG Electronics has reaffirmed its commitment to advancing sustainable high-level air conditioning (HVAC) and improving skill development by opening its second Business-to-Business (B2B) Academy in Lagos, Nigeria.

“LG aims to further develop and respond to the growing needs of the Nigerian market with the opening of the new academy center,” stated Hysoung Sub Ji, Managing Director of LG Electronics Nigeria, during the launch.As we consistently introduce new technologies and energy-efficient products to guarantee optimal comfort and air quality, we remain committed to our social responsibility and to advancing knowledge and skills to empower everyone. We are eager to broaden our industry knowledge and offer premium, environmentally friendly air conditioning systems.

Enhancing HVAC Skills: LG Academy in Lagos Introduces Latest Technology in Air Conditioning and Information Display Systems

The LG Academy’s operating officer, Gouranga Mandal, emphasized in his remarks the need of staying current with technical improvements in the HVAC sector.

Recent years have seen new technology developments in the HVAC sector. New goods and services that lower expenses, boost customer happiness, and improve energy efficiency are being introduced.

Leading the way in these cutting-edge technologies, such the VRF system, is LG. Our goal with this academy is to generate trained workers who can deliver high-quality work for the business by upskilling and training HVAC specialists using the newest technologies, he clarified.

The academy will showcase a variety of LG’s information display and air conditioning devices, such as the ArtCool Mirror, Multi V outdoor units, Air-to-Water Heat Pump, and several VRF inside units.

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