Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB) has won three awards that highlight its outstanding contributions to philanthropy in China. Professors Yan Aimin and Juliet Zhu were named China CSR Person of the Year and China Philanthropist of the Year, respectively, while CKGSB was given the China Philanthropic Enterprise of the Year award. All honors were handed out at the annual award ceremony of the China Philanthropy Times, a well-respected philanthropic journal, published under China’s Ministry of Public Affairs.
Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB) has won three awards that highlight its outstanding contributions to philanthropy in China. Professors Yan Aimin and Juliet Zhu were named China CSR Person of the Year and China Philanthropist of the Year, respectively, while CKGSB was given the China Philanthropic Enterprise of the Year award. All honors were handed out at the annual award ceremony of the China Philanthropy Times, a well-respected philanthropic journal, published under China’s Ministry of Public Affairs.
Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB) has won three awards that highlight its outstanding contributions to philanthropy in China. Professors Yan Aimin and Juliet Zhu were named China CSR Person of the Year and China Philanthropist of the Year, respectively, while CKGSB was given the China Philanthropic Enterprise of the Year award. All honors were handed out at the annual award ceremony of the China Philanthropy Times, a well-respected philanthropic journal, published under China’s Ministry of Public Affairs.
Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB) has won three awards that highlight its outstanding contributions to philanthropy in China. Professors Yan Aimin and Juliet Zhu were named China CSR Person of the Year and China Philanthropist of the Year, respectively, while CKGSB was given the China Philanthropic Enterprise of the Year award. All honors were handed out at the annual award ceremony of the China Philanthropy Times, a well-respected philanthropic journal, published under China’s Ministry of Public Affairs.
Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB) has won three awards that highlight its outstanding contributions to philanthropy in China. Professors Yan Aimin and Juliet Zhu were named China CSR Person of the Year and China Philanthropist of the Year, respectively, while CKGSB was given the China Philanthropic Enterprise of the Year award. All honors were handed out at the annual award ceremony of the China Philanthropy Times, a well-respected philanthropic journal, published under China’s Ministry of Public Affairs.
 

Established in Beijing in 2002 with support from the Li Ka Shing Foundation, CKGSB is China’s first faculty-governed and independent business school. Fifteen years ago, setting up such a school in China was a novel idea. Management courses were under-developed and China, having just joined the WTO, was only just beginning to make a mark on the global stage. Fifteen years on, and with the help and dedication of our professors, partners and alumni, we have gained a global reputation. Thank you to everyone who helped us achieve this important milestone and we look forward to achieving more in the years to come!

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EVENTS                                                  NEWS
May 26, 2018

Growth hacking, a marketing technique from Silicon Valley coined in 2010 by Sean Ellis, aims to acquire and retain users for little or no cost quickly and efficiently. Since then, this concept has been continuously used and improved upon, becoming a key guideline for user growth teams at Internet start-ups in China. In a special event, CKGSB invites Sean Ellis, author of “Hacking Growth”, to meet with CKGSB students and alumni to reveal secrets of hacking marketing and growth.

 

May 09, 2018
The completion ceremony of the 6th Dong-A Economy Leader’s Academy (DELA), a leadership course developed by South Korea’s The Dong-A Ilbo, was held at Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB) in Shenzhen on April 27. CKGSB has been operating the program with the media for six consecutive years since 2013.

 

 

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The Chinese MBA program is tailored for rising managers in China’s financial, investment and insurance sectors, as well as entrepreneurs seeking a deep understanding of financial markets and best practices in corporate finance. 
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Professor Yu Gang, Co-founder of Yihaodian, a leading e-commerce platform in China, talks about the future of e-commerce in China and around the world.
 Xu Chenggang, CKGSB Professor of Economics and winner of the 2016 China Economics Prize, talks about how living through one of China's most difficult periods has shaped his teaching outlook today.
Long-term reasons for optimism about China’s economy remain, but the current challenges must be addressed. That was the conclusion of CKGSB’s 4th China Economic Symposium, held in Beijing, just one day ahead of the school’s official 15th anniversary. The event drew 300 senior executives and economists in person, with close to 600,000 unique viewers watching online via five different live-streaming platforms.
And summary should say: CKGSB alumna Cindy Mi, founded VIPKID in 2013 after completing her MBA degree at CKGSB. Now, with a valuation of $1.5 billion USD , she has built one of China's fastest growing and most exciting start-up companies, VIPKID. Her goal - to change the future of education in China and abroad through technology.
Former Chief Representative in China for WildAid, May Mei, explains how her EMBA at Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB) gave her the tools to launch her current venture GoalBlue, which raises awareness about environmental issues in China and promotes low-carbon lifestyles.
British entrepreneur Rory Bate-Williams calls his MBA program at CKGSB in Beijing a "life-changing experience". Now he's back in London working on three separate businesses and putting those lessons learnt in China to work in the UK.
See how one MBA alumni from Belgium was able to start his own fintech company after graduating from CKGSB.
Hstyle – also known as Handuyishe – was launched by entrepreneur and CKGSB student Zhao Yingguang in 2008. It’s a Korean-inspired fashion company built entirely on e-commerce websites and it’s fast becoming one of the most prominent places on the web.