The China Daily newspaper profiles CKGSB’s China Start program, designed to give European entrepreneurs a weeklong crash course on Chinese startup opportunities, including the chance to pitch to successful Chinese investors in Shanghai and Shenzhen.
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- 2017-01-03 · Hong Kong
In the latest instalment of its Going Global series, China Daily highlights CKGSB’s European expansion, talking in depth to Dean Xiang Bing about how far the school has come – and where it is going.
CKGSB MBA graduate and current CKGSB Chuang student Cindy Mi has been the subject of plenty of media coverage in recent weeks, as her online educational business VIPKid continues to thrive amid a flurry of high-profile investments.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has written to the CKGSB Canadian Alumni Association to mark the appointment of several new board members, one of several high-profile messages that the group received ahead of last week’s ceremony.
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Former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger features at CKGSB Knowledge Series Event in New York just days after meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping in Beijing. In the context of the ongoing US presidential transition and Kissinger’s recent visit to China, CKGSB’s event served as a timely and pertinent platform to shed light on this critical moment in the history of US-China relations.
CKGSB Professor Zhang Weining told the Aju Business Daily, Korea’s renowned business daily, that China needs an updated legal system in order for the sharing economy—one of the most thriving parts of China’s economy—to fully mature.
CKGSB faculty and alumni shared the latest insights about China’s ICT and cultural content markets at the 2nd CKGSB-Dong-A Ilbo China-Korea CEO Forum held on December 7 in Seoul to jointly discuss possible business partnerships. After years of close relationship with Dong-A Ilbo, CKGSB hosted the forum for the second consecutive year help to connect businesspeople in China and Korea and promote joint business ventures.
CKGSB cements its reputation as a thought leader on China business and economic issues, as three professors are joined by leading industry figures to debate the challenges and opportunities that lie in store for 2017 and beyond.
The Financial Times reports on CKGSB Professor of Finance Gan Jie’s latest survey on China’s industrial economy. The piece highlights another consecutive period of contraction as cutbacks on overcapacity slowed significantly in the quarter ending in September, adding that the survey did not support the view that property had driven China’s third-quarter gains.