You are here

Events

  • 2014-06-11 · New York

    Chinese companies are on the move. Over the last decade, more and more Chinese companies expanded internationally and have operations abroad. At the same time, multinational companies firmly established themselves in the business landscape of the Middle Kingdom. This business expansion prompted multinational companies, as well as Chinese companies, to focus on corporate social responsibility (CSR). The role of CSR reporting is enhancing awareness, monitoring business practices and restraining harmful occurrences on social and environmental elements. As China’s role on the world business stage increases, understanding the role of CSR in multinational and Chinese companies is of growing importance for rising executives and business leaders.

  • 2014-06-10 · Palo Alto

    Join us on June 10 in Silicon Valley as we take an in-depth look at China's transformation and its implications for global business. This event will be hosted by Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB) and the Financial Times Outstanding Directors Conference.

  • 2014-05-23

    On Friday, May 23rd, CKGSB proudly hosted Joel Backaler, author of China Goes West, and Li Kan, CKGSB EMBA student and Managing Director of TCL Venture Capital, in an engaging panel discussion on the opportunities and challenges that globalization and M&A will bring to Chinese companies. The panel was moderated by Li Xiaoyang, Assistant Professor of Economics and Finance at CKGSB.

  • 2014-05-23

    Despite growing appetite from Chinese companies to go abroad, those with active globalization strategies are often falling short of growth targets in their international operations. What are they failing to observe? Is your company ready to globalize? Moreover, what are the motivations or benefits for doing so?

  • 2014-05-20

    On May 20th, CKGSB hosted members of The Economist Group in its Beijing campus, including CEO Chris Stibbs. In addition to a school tour and exclusive interview between Mr. Stibbs and CKGSB Knowledge, Founding Dean Xiang Bing and Mr. Stibbs shared their views on global business, continuing education and opportunities for further collaboration.

  • 2014-05-09

    On May 9th, CKGSB Dean Xiang Bing visited Indianapolis, Indiana, to hold discussions with key members of its business community and State representatives.

  • 2014-05-08 · Beijing

    Discover how a top MBA in China can take your career further during the final MBA information session for the 2014 intake. Explore the ways CKGSB can connect you with the insight, experience, and connections to open up a new world of opportunity in China.

  • 2014-05-08 · London

    China is on the move, generating wealth at an unprecedented pace and reshaping the world economic order. Chinese billionaires, such as Jack Ma (Alibaba), Robin Li (Baidu), and Pony Ma (Tencent), have created new business empires and established themselves as the captains of industry for the emerging global economy. Following the trail they blazed, thousands of business people were inspired to find their own paths to success, forming a new class of wealthy “China-prenuers”. China’s phenomenal rise has meant that no CEO or C-Suite executive can afford to ignore the growing competiveness of Chinese companies or the purchasing might of Chinese consumers. As China moves toward a more significant role on the world business stage, understanding the opportunity and challenges in China’s future has never been more critical for rising executives and business leaders.

  • 2014-05-06 · Madrid

    China is on the move, generating wealth at an unprecedented pace and reshaping the world economic order. Chinese billionaires, such as Jack Ma (Alibaba), Robin Li (Baidu), and Pony Ma (Tencent), have created new business empires and established themselves as the captains of industry for the emerging global economy. Following the trail they blazed, thousands of business people were inspired to find their own paths to success, forming a new class of wealthy “China-prenuers”. China’s phenomenal rise has meant that no CEO or C-Suite executive can afford to ignore the growing competiveness of Chinese companies or the purchasing might of Chinese consumers. As China moves toward a more significant role on the world business stage, understanding the opportunity and challenges in China’s future has never been more critical for rising executives and business leaders.

  • 2014-04-28

    On April 28th, 43 EMBA students and faculty from Mexico’s IPADE Business School visited CKGSB’s Beijing Campus for a 1-day program to learn more about doing business in China and strengthening a mutual understanding of China and Mexico. CKGSB Dean Xiang Bing and Professor Teng Bingsheng served as lecturers during the day-long event.

  • 2014-04-18

    2014-04-18 – On April 7-9, 2014, AACSB (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) held its annual International Conference and Annual Meeting (ICAM), the organization’s largest and most anticipated event of the year. Gathering professionals from the top business schools worldwide, ICAM introduced and explored industry topics through new and thought-provoking perspectives. CKGSB Founding Dean Xiang Bing attended the event and spoke about CKGSB’s innovative approach to education.

  • 2014-04-13 · Singapore

    China is on the move, generating wealth at an unprecedented pace and reshaping the world economic order. Chinese billionaires, such as Jack Ma (Alibaba), Robin Li (Baidu), and Pony Ma (Tencent), have created new business empires and established themselves as the captains of industry for the emerging global economy. Following the trail they blazed, thousands of business people were inspired to find their own paths to success, forming a new class of wealthy “China-prenuers”. As China continues to move toward a more significant role on the world business stage, understanding the opportunity and challenges in China’s future has never been more critical for rising executives and business leaders.

  • 2014-04-09 · Tokyo

    After witnessing several years of supercharged growth, China has seen its gradual deceleration in 2013. At the same time, Japan has struggled with jumpstarting its stagnant economy in recent years. While both countries have passed a number of reforms aimed at bolstering growth to attractive and sustainable levels, it is clear that for individual businesses, opportunities lie in fast-growing markets and sectors. How should companies position themselves, both strategically and geographically, to most effectively leverage such pockets of opportunity?

  • 2014-04-08

    Xiang Bing and Chen Long to attend 2014 Boao Forum for Asia, beginning Tuesday, April 8th.

  • 2014-03-25 · Silicon Valley (San Jose)

    With the explosion of China’s economy, a new energetic, innovative spirit is taking hold of how it invests for the future. China’s thriving entrepreneurial drive is transforming the models for starting a company and doing business. Already China’s investment in start-ups has created a new Silicon Valley in Beijing that is attracting the world’s leading companies and has become a magnet for innovators and entrepreneurs. This eruption of entrepreneurial creativity has unleashed unprecedented growth in digital media and e-commerce companies, giving rise to China’s “Facebooks”,“Twitters”, and “EBays” nearly overnight. Chinese firms have moved from being imitators to innovators, creating a new class of Chinese start-up entrepreneurs and a host of new strategies for connecting, serving, and entertaining consumers. This sea change in China has opened the door to opportunity wide for a new generation of young entrepreneurs and innovators.

Pages