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  • 2013-04-23

    CKGSB is pleased to be hosting Barry Salzberg, Chairman of United Way Worldwide and CEO of Deloitte, at 9:30-11:00AM on April 23 at CKGSB’s Beijing Campus. Mr. Salzberg will be joined by prominent CKGSB alumni who are leading China’s nonprofit sector for a discussion on what’s next for philanthropic leadership. These alumni include Wang Zhenyao, Dean of Philanthropy School of Beijing Normal University; Li Yapeng, Founder of Yan Ran Smile Angel Foundation; Chen Weihong, CCTV anchor and philanthropist; and Wang Rupeng, General Secretary of China Red Cross Foundation. Together, these influencers will engage in a discussion, moderated by CKGSB Associate Dean Teng Bingsheng, on innovations and best practices in the public interest field.

  • 2013-04-21

    Learn about the strengths that will help you accelerate your career. On April. 21st, join Gavin Liu, Senior Manager of CKGSB's Career Management Center, to explore your career potential and discover how you can develop professionally. During a special MBA career lecture, Mr. Liu will provide assessments and career development counseling to help you set a course for success.

  • 2013-04-20

    Join CKGSB MBA’s One Day MBA Training Camp in Shenzhen, April 20th. Experience the opportunities a top MBA program offers through sample lectures from CKGSB’s world class faculty, personalized career development coaching, teambuilding exercises and networking activities with other business professionals, and discussions with CKGSB’s alumni.

  • 2013-04-16

    While a small country, Luxemburg provides a vast platform for interaction among various cultures under the context of globalization. What exactly is the lifestyle and the spirit of humanities in Luxemburg?  What does the Grand Duchy of Luxemburg have to teach us about cultural inheritance? On April 16th, Dr. Tu Weiming, CKGSB Honorary Professor and Chairman of CKGSB Committee on the Humanities, will join Luxemburg Ambassador to China Carlo Krieger to shed light on these questions in a discussion on Culture & Global Citizenship.

  • 2013-04-13

    In the past five years, the city of Hefei realized 4100 billion RMB in GDP, with an average annual growth of 16%, becoming the fastest growing provincial capital in China. The 2013 CKGSB Management forum will explore the Innovative and strategic growth in the region.

  • 2013-04-11

    Join Mr. Weiguo Ma for his expert insights and first-hand knowledge of China’s financial system and capitalization markets. (Event conducted in Chinese.)

  • 2013-04-11

    Capitalism has been associated with great prosperity, but it has also generated great inequalities, both within societies and between nations. Recently, even staunch supporters of capitalism have questioned whether the system can both foster growth, innovation and wealth, while addressing society's broader, basic needs. CKGSB is pleased to invite Lady Lynn Forester de Rothschild and Sir Evelyn de Rothschild to shed light on these questions in a discussion with CKGSB Professor Mei Jianping.

  • 2013-04-08

    On April 8, CKGSB Founding Dean XIANG BING will moderate a closed-door dialogue between prominent CEOs and the governors and mayors of several Chinese provinces. This invitation-only event is hosted and supported by CKGSB. The topics to be discussed include  the investment policies and needs of local governments, and the expectations of the business community.

  • 2013-03-28

    It’s our great honor to invite Professor Durairaj Maheswaran to lecture at our classroom.

  • 2013-03-28

    There is no doubt that e-commerce is skyrocketing in China, where 360buy has grown to become the largest online retailer in the country by transaction volume.

  • 2013-03-28

    POWER: Opening Doors for Women promotes and develops women leaders. We accomplish this goal by providing a unique opportunity for an exclusive group of senior-level and some high-potential executives to interact and exchange ideas with thought leaders

  • 2013-03-21

    Businessmen must move with the times...the correlation between knowledge and business as the key to success is closer than ever. ~ Li Ka-Shing

  • 2013-03-17

    Businessmen must move with the times...the correlation between knowledge and business as the key to success is closer than ever. ~ Li Ka-Shing

  • 2013-03-14

    With 200 million households belonging to the consuming classes, China’s second to fourth tier cities are arguably the most important consumer segment in the world. But they are tight-fisted. 

  • 2013-03-14

    Rapid economic growth, internal urbanisation, increasing personal wealth and ambitious Chinese companies will see China's influence around the world continue to grow and opportunities for new partnerships with the UK emerge. The China Business Conference 2013 will explore where such partnerships lie and the implications for British business. See below for a draft programme and all speakers confirmed so far.

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