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CKGSB’s state-of-the-art learning center helps executives, entrepreneurs and business leaders learn how to do business in China and with Chinese companies. Located in New York City, in the heart of Manhattan, the Americas representative office offers classes and events that give you practical insights and knowledge about how China really works.

 

Get practical China business knowledge

Our scholars bring a unique East-West perspective to teaching how China business actually works. Most are native Chinese who have earned PhDs and held tenured positions at Wharton, Harvard and other top Western business schools. They can help you learn how to:

 

  • Find and manage Chinese employees
  • Work with the Chinese banking system
  • Interact with sellers and sources
  • Build critical Chinese relationships
 

China insights, on your schedule

CKGSB Americas provide a variety of programs for busy executives who wish to take charge of their China education, such as:

 

  • China’s Economic Transformation and Globalization. Learn about corporate culture, strategy and action plans directly from experts who live and work in the Chinese market.
  • Boardroom Briefing. Get the inside story from Chinese academics, diplomats, practitioners and senior government officials. Customized for your needs, these program can be held in your offices or at one of our locations worldwide.

 

Unrivaled networking opportunities

Our New York office in a global financial mecca makes it easy for accomplished alumni to stop by for talks and networking sessions. 

 

Our “Knowledge Series” events feature China experts and attract business leaders from around the world. 

 
 

We help you make sense of a changing China

China becomes more important every day. CKGSB’s programs, facilities and connections can help you make sense of China’s rapid transformations—to give you the insights you need to succeed.

 

 

The success of the executive education programs at CKGSB Americas is built on the quality of its world-class faculty and research. As native Chinese who earned their PhDs and held tenured faculty positions at top international business schools prior to joining CKGSB, our New York-based professors are respected thought leaders; their success in meeting the highest standards of intellectual rigor allows them to bring highly professional, research-tested insights to your China business ambitions. 
 

CKGSB (AMERICAS) Core Faculty

 

CKGSB’s success is built on the quality of its world-class faculty and research. Most of our professors are native Chinese who earned their Ph.D.s and held tenured faculty positions at top international business schools such as Columbia, Harvard, and MIT prior to joining CKGSB. They provide unique insight into China, combining first-hand knowledge of the country with a firm grounding in Western business theory and practices.

 

Prof. SUN Baohong – Dean's Distinguished Chair, Professor of Marketing, Associate Dean of Global Programs

 

Prior to joining CKGSB in 2011, Prof. Sun was Carnegie Bosch Professor of Marketing at the Tepper School of Business of Carnegie Mellon University. She received her Ph.D. from the University of Southern California in 1997 and BA from Renmin University of China.

 

Prof. Sun is the recipient of numerous awards for research and teaching, including the 2009 Finalist for John D.C. Little Best Paper Award at INFORMS, the 2006 MBA George Leland Bach Teaching Award, and the 2005 CART Research Frontier Award for Innovative Research at Carnegie Mellon University.

 

She also serves on the editorial boards of Journal of Marketing Research, Marketing Science, and Journal of Marketing. As an active contributor to media discussions on current business issues, Prof. Sun's research has been cited in The Economist, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Time Magazine, and Bloomberg, among others.

 

 

Prof. CAO Huining (Henry) – Chair of Finance Department, Faculty Director of Finance MBA, Professor of Finance

 

Prof. Cao earned his Ph.D. in finance in 1995 from the University of California at Los Angeles and a Ph.D. in pathology in 1991 from Yale University.

 

Prof. Cao’s research has been published in journals including the Journal of Finance, Review of Financial Studies, Journal of Financial Economics, Journal of Economic Theory, Journal of Business, Review of Finance and Marketing Science. He is the editor of International Financial Review and sits on the editorial board of Annals of Economics and Finance and China Financial Review.

 

Prof. Cao has also received numerous awards for teaching and research excellence, including nominations for the Smith-Breeden Award in 1998 and the best paper published in Journal of Finance in 2000.

 

 

ZHOU Li – Assistant Dean of Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB)

 

Mr. Zhou joined CKGSB in July 2010 as an Assistant Dean. He is primarily responsible for the school’s global programs and operations. He is also in charge of more than 10 research centers such as the Humanities and Business Ethics Center, China and the World Economic Center as well as the school’s Knowledge Center and Case Center. He serves as the Chief Editor for CKGSB Knowledge, the school’s English language China business magazine. At CKGSB, Mr. Zhou has built and led a multicultural team that includes former executives of leading business schools in Asia, America and Europe. He has initiated and participated in CKGSB’s collaborations with leading global educational institutions, such as Harvard Kennedy School and Cornell’s S.C. Johnson Graduate School of Management.

 

Prior to CKGSB, Mr. Zhou worked in the corporate world for more than 20 years at various positions, including CEO, in telecom, IT, investment and consulting companies in Canada, Hong Kong and mainland China. Before he joined the corporate world, Mr. Zhou was on the faculty of Renmin University in China where he developed and taught International Business Management courses as early as the mid-­‐1980s and was awarded the ‘Best Teacher Prize’. Mr. Zhou received his Bachelor’s Degree in Economics at Renmin University in China and his MBA at McGill University in Canada.

 

 

 

At CKGSB Americas, your success in China is our success. Whether your company’s goal is educational training for employees, getting a better handle on the China market, receiving an introduction to the Chinese world of commerce, or getting help winning in the world’s second-largest economy, our New York-based Americas team of executive education professionals will show you how to gain the advanced knowledge you need to avoid blunders that can hamper or even scuttle a China business venture. 

 

CKGSB (AMERICAS) Team

 

Mary Wadsworth Darby – Chief Representative">

 

As Chief Representative of CKGSB Americas, Mary helps identify CKGSB Americas strategic initiatives and build brand awareness in both North and South America. She works closely with all the CKGSB offices to strengthen cross marketing and program development. Mary also works with CKGSB partnering schools and other key relationships to identify new business and opportunities for collaboration in response to changes in market dynamics and trade and capital flows.

 

Previously, Mary worked for Morgan Stanley in Firm Management and headed the Asia and China Desks. She moved to HK and headed Morgan Stanley Investment Management (MSIM) in Hong Kong and developed the first institutional sales initiative with Chinese financial entities. At Morgan Stanley she also created and ran a series of educational programs for the fixed income division and other departments with a focus on China.

 

Mary has worked extensively in China and Asia for more than 25 years. She founded Peridot Asia Advisors, a strategic transactions advisory firm. She has substantial experience negotiating market entry strategies over a broad range of industries, as well as with Chinese financial institutions, state-owned enterprises, regulatory authorities and other government entities responsible for regulating and supervising the insurance and banking industries. Her background also includes serving as Executive Director of the America-China Society, a non-profit organization devoted to the promotion of US-China relations chaired by former US Secretaries of State Henry Kissinger and the late Cyrus Vance.

 

Mary earned her BA degree from Princeton University. A fluent Mandarin speaker, she also holds an MBA from Columbia Business School and an MIA from Columbia School of International and Public Affairs. She is the Chair of the Hong Kong Association of New York; serves as a Senior Professional Fellow at the Chazen Institute at Columbia Business School; a Trustee of Concord Academy; and was for many years a Trustee of Princeton-in-Asia. She serves as an Independent Director of the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC, USA). She is also a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.

 

Alan Chen – Director

 

As Director of CKGSB Americas—a role in which he oversees both business development and program design—Alan is committed to creating long-term value for clients and CKGSB through strategic partnerships and superb customer service. He serves as the school’s head of business development, where he strives to raise the profile and visibility of CKGSB Americas’ world-class executive education programs. In this role, Alan has the opportunity to interact with the Chinese and American business communities, forging a constructive dialogue on current events and the latest theories in business administration through CKGSB-hosted events and educational programs.

 

Prior to his work with CKGSB, Alan served as Associate Director of Client Relations at Columbia Business School’s Executive Education program, where he administered customized programs for a wide range of corporate, government, and nonprofit clients around the world. At Columbia, Alan served as a liaison to Asia and the Middle East, using his expertise in Chinese business culture to drive 25% growth in that region. Alan leveraged many marketing strategies to expand Columbia’s international reach, like the organization of the annual China-focused strategy forum with C-suite panel members and more than 500 high level attendees.

 

Before entering the executive education industry, Alan worked in the financial services industry, where he was recognized for successfully leading community reinvestment programs and annual regulatory internal security audits for compliance with the Office of the Comptroller of Currencies.

 

Alan holds a BA degree in International Relations from the University of Southern California, an MS in Negotiations and Conflict Resolutions from Columbia University, and a Global-EMBA from Columbia Business School, London Business School and Hong Kong University Business School. He is also a member of the Columbia Alumni Representative Committee, where he helps the Columbia University Office of Undergraduate Admission interview and screen applicants.

 

Julie Zhu – Program Manager

 

As Program Manager of CKGSB Americas, Julie is responsible for ensuring the smooth delivery of world-class programs by cooperating with counterparts on the client and partner teams. In addition, Julie manages the CKGSB Knowledge Series, a series of intellectual talks centered on important topics in China and Asia. Julie strives to contribute to the interaction between CKGSB and communities of high-level academics and business elites. 
 
 
Prior to joining CKGSB, Julie worked as a consultant for the National Research University Higher School of Economics, a top Russian university, helping to build a strategic student government and student organization system. Julie interned at the United Nations Education and Vocational Center in Bonn, Germany, and was responsible for communicating and building a community with over 130 partner centers around the globe. 
 
 
Julie also has working experience at United Nations Headquarters in New York and the New York Times Beijing bureau. Julie earned a BA degree in dual major of English Literature and International Journalism from Beijing Foreign Studies University. She recently graduated from Cornell University with an MA degree in Public Administration, concentrated on Finance and Economic Policies.

 

 

Global EMBA-China

The CKGSB Global EMBA-China (GEMBA-China) program allows selected executives with MBAs or equivalent and/or proven business experience to augment their education with CKGSB’s unrivaled China business knowledge in an intensive one-year program. Participants take eight modular courses in China and the US, focusing on a different aspect of China business and new global and responsible leadership skills in each module. Through this exposure to multiple educational challenges, participants will develop the vision, knowledge, skills and relationships within a strong global network necessary for success in any business environment.

 

Beijing: October 2017 – September 2018. 
Offers modules in New York, Cambridge, Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen

 

 

Executive Education 

Programs for Individuals

Global Capital Markets & Investment Selection

An advanced finance program that, thanks to its exclusive company visits, offers the possibility to obtain in-depth knowledge of global markets and investments selection strategies.  

 

New York: April 24 – April 28, 2017

 

 

Global Emerging Leaders in Family Enterprises  

Here is an opportunity to build master strategies for sustaining and globalizing your family’s business over generations, while building a pre-eminent international network. Participants will be immersed in cross-cultural and experiential modules in both the US and China, and learn from the experiences of family business owners and executives from both leading Chinese and US companies. 

 

New York and Beijing: June 11-17, 2017

 

 

Innovation in Israel and Beyond

Innovation in Israel and Beyond is an exclusive opportunity for students around the globe to gain insight into Israel’s Start-Up Nation and to acquire the necessary skills and knowledge required to become a global business leader.  

 

Israel: June 18 – June 25, 2017

 

 

Road to the Ivy League: US Immersion Program 

Road to the Ivy League: US Immersion Program is designed for high-achieving students who want to pursue admission to US colleges and universities and seek the skills and knowledge necessary to excel during their four-year studies. 

 

New York: July 23 – August 6, 2017

 

 

China’s Economic Transformation and Globalization

Designed for senior-level executives, this concise, comprehensive program explores how to do business in and with China by looking at failed forays into the country by multinational corporations such as Coca-Cola, Google and Amazon. Through close examination of cases led by renowned scholars and business leaders in both China and the US, participants will explore the implications for foreign companies of the globalization of China’s economy and its impact on market realities. The program also will look at the importance of appreciating China’s cultural differences in the business environment. 

 

New York: Fall 2017

 

 

Global Branding in the Digital Era

Increase your effectiveness as a digital marketing leader on a global scale. Join a select group of C-suite executives from both China and the US to learn how to collaborate and win in each market. Bring your own project and receive live feedback from world-renowned scholars of top business schools and practitioners with leading marketing firms.

 

New York: October 23 – 27, 2017

 

 

 

Programs for Companies

Boardroom Briefing

Aimed at board-level senior executives who see their future as closely aligned with high-growth Chinese industries, this unique program presents the multiple paradoxes inherent in China’s current economic, social, demographic and technological growth and the commercial mind-set needed to address them. 

 

Boardroom Briefing concentrates on multiple viewpoints, involving many of China’s foremost academics, diplomats, practitioners and senior government officials. CKGSB faculty and other world-renowned experts share their perspectives on the key drivers and levers that help Western organizations attain commercial success in China, and on how to ensure sustainability through periods of market transformation.

 

Flexible times and locations globally

 

 

Programs for Schools

China Immersion Program – China Module of Your EMBA/MBA Programs

The China Immersion Program provides a tailor-made China module to EMBA/MBA programs offered by business schools worldwide. This five-day program offers China-oriented classes and company visits, through which participants will receive a close-up view of China’s business landscape. Networking and peer-learning opportunities with peer Chinese executives also will be available. 

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

2017 CKGSB Americas Knowledge Series Membership

 

In 2015, the Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business New York Office launched the CKGSB Americas Knowledge Series with great success, hosted monthly knowledge and insight sessions on key topics and current issues about China and/or Asia. Participants note that the events are full of insights and offer great networking opportunities.

 

Over the past two years, we have welcomed many new friends, building a strong community of high-level academics and senior business executives.

 

For 2017, we are excited to continue spreading cutting-edge knowledge and perspectives related to China through the CKGSB Americas Knowledge Series. The standard admission fee for most events is $30 per attendee.

 

We would like to extend a special offer to you now to become a 2017 CKGSB Knowledge Series Member at one of three unique levels, with the guarantee that we will host a minimum of 10 high-level events in the year ahead.

 

 

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ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS THROUGH APRIL 1!

CKGSB’s New York Office is forming a Young Professionals Committee (YPC). This select group of young men and women will convene every two months  – either in person or via conference call – to network, exchange ideas, advise our staff on current and future CKGSB programming, and develop CKGSB Knowledge Series events. If you are interested in learning more and applying, please contact CKGSB Americas Program Manager Julie Zhu at +1 646-627-7729 or juliezhu@ckgsb.edu.cn.

 


FOR QUESTIONS, PLEASE CONTACT:

 

Julie Zhu

Program Manager

Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business

Tel: +1 646-627-7729

Email: juliezhu@ckgsb.edu.cn

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2016 HIGHLIGHTS  |  CKGSB Americas Knowledge Series

 

US-China Relations in the Trump-Xi Era

2016-12-14  |  New York

A star-studded cast including veteran statesman Henry Kissinger, Brookings Thornton Director Cheng Li, Ambassador Carla Hills, Committee of 100 Chairman Frank Wu and CKGSB Founding Dean Xiang Bing discussed how leadership transitions in both the US and China will affect bilateral relations and helped explain how they might alter the US-China relationship.

 

Cross-Border Innovation

2016-10-28  |  East Palo Alto, CA

Ambassador Gary F. Locke, former Governor of Washington State, US Secretary of Commerce, and, most recently, US Ambassador to China, delivered the keynote address at this conference exploring the opportunities and challenges in cross-border innovation between China and the US.

 

Global Branding in a Digital Era

2016-10-19 |  New York

Morgan Stanley Global Chief Marketing Officer Mandell Crawley shared his perspective as part of an event embedded into our Global Branding in the Digital Era Executive Education program in collaboration with Yale School of Management and WPP.

 

Re-Thinking Big Data - Lessons from China

2016-10-11  |  New York

Dr. Li Yang, Assistant Professor of Marketing at CKGSB, presented fresh outlooks on big data marketing analytics from China, detailing his perspectives on pricing, consumer choice, competitive strategy and more.

 

Financial Markets Outlook

2016-10-05  |  New York

Dr. Li Haitao, Dean’s Distinguished Chair Professor of Finance and Associate Dean for the MBA Program at CKGSB, discussed the challenges currently facing China right now, but added that the country has great potential and that he thought the best days lie ahead for the leading driver of global growth.

 

Executive Insights on US-China Business

2016-06-24  |  Washington, DC

Dr. Teng Bingsheng, Associate Professor of Strategic Management at CKGSB and the Associate Dean of CKGSB’s European Campus, explored the impact of foreign policies and presidential politics alongside Congresswoman Grace Meng (D-NY)at this event honoring CKGSB’s 10-year partnership with University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business.

 

Inside China’s Real Estate Market

2016-06-10  |  New York

Ronnie C. Chan, Chairman of Hang Lung Properties Limited and Executive Committee Chairman of the Better Hong Kong Foundation (BHKF) Delegation, offered his insights on China’s real estate market. “I’ve not seen residential real estate demand in China as healthy as it is today,” Mr. Chan said.

 

Business Confidence Index

2016-03-16  |  New York

With the significant drop of the RMB against the US dollar, the equity market bubble and rising debt levels, doubts were rising around China’s economic development. CKGSB Professor Li Wei discussed his Business Confidence Index (BCI)  to shed light on China’s economic outlook.

 

Women Ascending, From Base Camp to Summit: Tools for the Climb

2016-03-01  |  New York

CKGSB Americas Chief Representative Mary Wadsworth Darby moderated a panel of accomplished women from media, business and academia including Spencer Stuart Director of North American Board Practice Julie Hembrock Daum, FOX News National Security Analyst KT McFarland and Ernst & Young Global Client Service Partner Sharda Cherwoo. The group discussed obstacles they faced in their careers and how they overcame them.

 

Better Marketing Through Digital & Mobile Data

2016-02-01  |  New York

 

Dr. Sun Baohong, the Dean’s Distinguished Chair Professor of Marketing at CKGSB, and Carnegie Mellon University business and computer science professor R. Ravi outlined a consumer-centric marketing framework that would bump up profit growth and return on investment significantly more than a campaign-centered strategy.

 

 

 

2017-04-20 · New York

CKGSB Knowledge Series: Family Business Dynamics with Pierre S. duPont

 

A CKGSB Knowledge Series Event in Partnership with Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University

 

 

2017-04-07 · New York

CKGSB Knowledge Series: How to Incorporate Traditional Family Values into Business

 

Join us for a special luncheon featuring Mr. Nianbo Wu, Founder and Chairman of Suzhou Good-Ark Electronics Co. Ltd. The company is China's biggest and one of the world's largest manufacturers of diode with a monthly output of up to 250 million and 8 to 9 percent of the world's total production.

 

 

2017-04-05 · New York

CKGSB Knowledge Series: Gaining Admittance and Thriving in Ivy League Schools

 

Road to the Ivy League: US Immersion Program, a two-week, intensive opportunity for outstanding high school students who want to pursue admission to US colleges and universities and seek the skills and knowledge necessary to excel during their 4-year studies. 

 

 

2017-03-23 · New York

CKGSB Knowledge Series: AlphaGo, AI and Finance

 

A CKGSB Knowledge Series Event in Partnership with Confucius Institute for Business at the State University of New York, featuring Dr. Huining (Henry) Cao, Professor of Finance, Faculty Director of the Finance MBA Program and Director of Business Research Institute at CKGSB.

 

 

2017-03-09 · New York

CKGSB Knowledge Series: Family, Wealth & Values

 

Join us for a networking reception for future Global Emerging Leaders (GEL) students, a select leadership development course for emerging entrepreneurs from American, Chinese and other international family enterprises offered jointly by CKGSB and the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University.

 

 

2017-03-02 · New York

CKGSB Knowledge Series: Sustainability & New Investment Paradigm in China

 

A CKGSB Knowledge Series Event in Partnership with the Hong Kong Association of New York, featuring Mr. Peter C. Fusaro, Chairman & Founder of Global Change Associates.

 

 

2017-02-23 · New York

CKGSB Knowledge Series: Young Professional Mixer with Hong Kong Association of New York

 

Join us for a special Knowledge Series event in partnership with the Hong Kong Association of New York: an evening of networking at our Young Professional Mixer, featuring canapés and drinks, and guest speaker Anthony Mak, Director of the Hong Kong Trade Development Council.

 

 

2017-01-30 · New York

CKGSB Knowledge Series: Chinese New Year Celebration

 

Welcome the Year of the Rooster with a festive evening hosted at our New York Office!

 

 

2016-12-14 · New York

CKGSB Knowledge Series: US-China Relations in the Trump-Xi Era

 

Just us at the University Club in New York as a star-studded cast, including veteran statesman Henry Kissinger, Brookings Thornton Director Cheng Li, Ambassador Carla Hills, Committee of 100 Chairman Frank Wu and CKGSB Founding Dean Xiang Bing, discuss how leadership transitions in both the US and China will affect bilateral relations and help explain how they might alter the US-China relationship in the years to come.

 

 

2016-11-17 · New York

CKGSB Knowledge Series: Bridging the Gaps Between the Chinese and American Healthcare Systems

 

Join us for a panel discussion on bridging the delivery gaps between the Chinese and American healthcare systems. Experts including Dr Henry Cao and Dr Lin Ning will share their knowledge of the disparities and similarities between the two countries in terms of quality of care, pharmaceutical & device market regulation and innovation.

 

 

2016-10-28 · East Palo Alto, CA

CKGSB Knowledge Series: Cross-Border Innovation Featuring Ambassador Gary F. Locke

 

Join us for a special morning exploring Cross Border Innovation, featuring Ambassador Gary F. Locke, former Governor of Washington State, US Secretary of Commerce, and, most recently, US Ambassador to China.

 

 

2016-10-26 · New York

Global Leadership 2020 - Emerging Trends And Next Practice Strategies

 

Join C-Suite leaders, business owners, top HR and talent professionals to gain executive perspectives on emerging trends in global to local business effectiveness, on topics including pending impacts in global trade, finance, banking, client centricity, talent & innovation.

 

 

2016-10-19 · New York

CKGSB Knowledge Series: Global Branding in a Digital Era Featuring Morgan Stanley CMO Mr. Mandell Crawley

 

Join us for a special evening engaging with today’s global branding leaders, featuring Morgan Stanley Global Chief Marketing Officer Mr. Mandell Crawley. This CKGSB Knowledge Series event is embedded into our Global Branding in the Digital Era Executive Education program in collaboration with Yale School of Management and WPP.

 

 

2016-10-12 · New York

CKGSB Knowledge Series: China-India Insight Dialogue

 

Join us as Dharmakirti Joshi, Current Chief Economist at CRISIL, and Dr. Paul Gruenwald, Chief Asia-Pacific Economist at S&P Global Ratings, engage in a fascinating discussion on the current economic outlook and review challenges facing two of the world’s largest and fastest growing emerging markets.

 

 

2016-10-11 · New York

CKGSB Knowledge Series: Re-Thinking Big Data – Lessons from China

 

Join us as Professor Li Yang, Assistant Professor of Marketing at CKGSB, shares fresh insights on big data marketing analytics from China. Hear his perspectives on pricing, consumer choice, competitive strategy and more. 

 

 

2016-10-05 · New York

Financial Markets Outlook and CKGSB MBA Info Session

 

Join us as we welcome Dr. Li Haitao, Dean’s Distinguished Chair Professor of Finance and Associate Dean for the MBA Program at CKGSB, who will share his thoughts on the outlook for the financial markets and introduce CKGSB’s MBA program. This free session also features networking with CKGSB students and alumni.

 

 

2016-08-25 · New York

CKGSB Knowledge Series: The New Dynamics of China’s Investment Abroad

 

China’s foreign investment has grown rapidly in the last ten years, totaling more than USD $120 billion in 2014. Where are Chinese companies investing and why? Please join us for a panel discussion featuring three leading experts on the latest trends in China’s overseas investments.

 

 

2016-07-21 · New York

CKGSB Knowledge Series: The State of US-China Economic Relations

 

Join a special discussion on the state of US-China economic relations featuring Rory MacFarquhar, former special assistant to President Obama and now at the Peterson Institute for International Economics, Cobb Mixter, former China specialist in the US Treasury Department and JC de Swaan, Lecturer in Economics at Princeton University.

 

 

2016-06-24 · Washington, DC

Executive Insights on US-China Business

 

CKGSB & Darden will hold a symposium in Washington DC, marking the tenth anniversary of their partnership, to explore the impact of foreign policies and presidential politics. CKGSB Professor Teng Bingsheng will speak alongside Congresswoman Grace Meng at the event, at which 50 high-level Chinese executives will attend.

 

 

2016-06-10 · New York

CKGSB Knowledge Series: Breakfast with Ronnie C. Chan

 

Chairman of Hang Lung Properties Limited and Executive Committee Chairman of the Better Hong Kong Foundation (BHKF) Delegation, Ronnie C. Chan, will be the featured speaker at this special CKGSB Knowledge Series breakfast event. Other BHKF Delegation members will also be in attendance.

 

 

2016-06-08 · New York

Webinar: Understanding the Family Business in a 21st Century China

 

Join CKGSB Professor Teng Bingsheng, for a special webinar exploring the state of family enterprise in China, and the challenges and opportunities that they face in an ever more modern China, a central part of the Global Emerging Leaders in Family Enterprise (GEL) program, co-hosted by CKGSB and Cornell University.

 

 

2016-06-02 · New York

Leading Innovation: A Multi-Level Approach

 

Join Cornell Professor Allan Filipowicz, teacher of several classes in CKGSB’s GEL Program for family enterprises, to explore a multi-level approach to the question of leading innovation. This info session at CKGSB’s New York office will examine how research on leadership and organizational effectiveness informs (and even solves) specific problems raised by the challenges of innovation.

 

 

2016-05-24 · New York

CKGSB Finance Professor to Address Alumni Networking Session

 

Dean’s Distinguished Chair Professor of Finance and Associate Dean for the MBA Program at CKGSB Li Haitao will share his insights and host a special networking session with CKGSB students and alumni in New York.

 

 

2016-05-05 · New York

“The Digital Transformation Playbook” with David Rogers of Columbia

 

Columbia Business School’s David Rogers will discuss cases of particular note from China, ranging from new digital-era Chinese businesses, to longer-established Chinese firms to state-run enterprises at this special Knowledge Series event in New York City.

 

 

2016-04-19 · New York

CKGSB & Cornell University Family Business Forum

 

Join experts from both CKGSB and Cornell for an in-depth discussion of the challenges facing family enterprises in the US and China. A panel of next generation family business leaders will also be on hand to share their insights.

 

 

2016-03-16 · New York

Business Confidence Index - How Is It Constructed and How Can It Be Used?

 

With the significant drop of the RMB against the US dollar, the equity market bubble and rising debt levels, doubts and anxiety are rising around China’s economic development and its implications globally. Join CKGSB Professor Li Wei at this Knowledge Sere event to hear him discuss his Business Confidence Index (BCI) as he sheds light on China’s economic outlook.

 

 

2016-03-01 · New York

Women Ascending, From Base Camp To Summit: Tools For The Climb

 

Just ahead of International Women’s Day, a panel of highly-placed women executives will offer their best insights on the skills women need to succeed in environments where men still predominate in making decisions about career advancement. Panelists will discuss obstacles they faced at every phase of their careers and how they overcame the most obstinate challenges.

 

 

2016-02-29 · New York

Entrepreneurial Trends in China’s Mobile Advertising – A Returnee’s Perspective

 

Join us as entrepreneur and big data marketing expert Alan Yan, whose company AdChina was acquired by Alibaba last year to bolster its US$10 billion big data marketing services business, shares his insights on entrepreneurial trends and mobile advertising in China from a returnee’s perspective. Mr. Yan specializes in the efficiency of mobile ads reaching their audiences and will share his thoughts on China's startup world and in-app advertising.

 

 

2016-02-22 · New York

Investment Strategy for China's Volatile Markets

 

Join us for a discussion on how to navigate China's rollercoaster markets with Ms. LIU Ling, a Managing Director at New China Capital Management, the investment manager for the Cathay Funds (a series of China-focused private equity funds with total AUM of $800 million), who will share her expertise on investment strategies in China's volatile markets.

 

 

2016-02-01 · New York

Better Marketing Through Digital & Mobile Data

 

Effectively reaching consumers is the heart of every company's marketing strategy. A long-popular marketing practice bases customers' candidacy for campaigns on their most recent, frequent or lucrative transactions. But research by professors at CKGSB and Carnegie Mellon's Tepper School of Business argues that companies can boost profit by embracing a data-driven, long-term view of the consumer.

 

 

2015-12-10 · New York

Responding to China's Financial Turbulence: a Panel Discussion

 

China's recent financial turbulence has raised many burning questions: How has it already impacted both the US and Chinese markets? What is the trajectory for the future? What best practices should businesses develop in response? Join an expert panel of elite academics and executives for an in-depth financial discussion of the current and future state of China's economy.

 

 

2015-11-11 · New York

How B2B Buying Has Changed & How We Need to Change With It

 

The nature of business-to-business buying is shifting rapidly. Are you shifting with it? Join us as Ruth P. Stevens, President of eMarketing Strategy, shares her insights at CKGSB's New York Office on key B2B topics, including: Who is making today's industrial purchases? Where are business buyers finding product information? What is the most effective approach to B2B marketing? How good is your "data hygiene”?

 

 

2015-10-02 · New York

NEW CONSUMPTION TRENDS IN CHINA: A Roundtable Discussion with Nielsen Greater China President YAN XUAN

 

Join us for a special invitation-only roundtable discussion with Yan Xuan, President of Nielsen Greater China. As a top leader of the world's first and foremost big data company, Yan will share his insights into the diversity of the Chinese consumer and media markets as well as his experiences working and doing business in China. Participants will have a unique opportunity to ask questions and engage in a dialogue with Yan during this interactive and intimate gathering at CKGSB's New York office.

 

 

2015-09-17 · New York

CKGSB/Yale Panel Discussion: New E-Commerce Trends in China & India

 

The Customer Information Management Center of Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB) and The China India Insights Program (CIIP) of the Center for Customer Insights at the Yale School of Management invite you to attend a Knowledge Series panel discussion on New E-Commerce Trends in China & India followed by a reception of Chinese and Indian hors d'oeuvres from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday, September 17, 2015.

 

 

2015-09-17 · New York

CKGSB Knowledge Series: 2015 China India Insights Conference

 

The Customer Information Management Center of Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB) and The China India Insights Program (CIIP) of the Center for Customer Insights at the Yale School of Management are co-organizing the seventh annual China India Insights Conference on September 17-19, 2015.  The conference will be held at CKGSB’s New York office.

 

 

2015-08-07 · Cambridge, MA

2015 CKGSB-HKS Global Conference: Responsible Business Leadership in China and the US

 

This conference will convene business and thought leaders — including 40 Chinese CEOs who are part of a joint program between CKGSB and HKS — for a discussion around ways in which companies can accomplish their business goals while also contributing positively to society.

 

 

2015-06-22 · New York

Silicon Dragon NY 2015 Global Innovation Revolution: China & US Lead as World's Tech Titans

 

CKGSB is partnering with Silicon Dragon for their 5th annual event at the NASDAQ in the heart of Times Square in New York. Entrepreneurs from a range of sectors will discuss innovation and investment trends, with a focus on what is shaking up tech hotspots globally.

 

 

2015-06-02 · New York

China’s Historic Past and Global Future: A Dynamic Discussion with Renowned Scholar Dr. Orville Schell and the Dean Of CKGSB

 

Please join us for a special discussion of China's economy between world-renowned China scholar Dr. Orville Schell and Dr. Xiang Bing, Founding Dean of the prominent Chinese business school CKGSB and Professor of China Business and Globalization.

 

 

2015-05-21 · New York

2015 CKGSB Global Forum New York Investment Forum: The Rise of China - Challenges and Opportunities

 

The CKGSB New York Investment Forum 2015, held at Columbia Business School, will focus on emerging investment trends, financial reforms and start-up business opportunities in China. Guest speakers from a range of different industry backgrounds will share their unique perspectives.

 

 

2015-05-06 · New York

Opportunities and Challenges in the US Commercial Real Estate Market with Insight on Asian Investors

 

Susan Stupin and Ted Gamble, Principals and Co-Founders of The Prescott Group, will discuss current trends affecting the robust US commercial real estate market from an experienced investor’s perspective. Offering specific observations relevant to Asian investors, they will highlight developments in the investment and capital markets that are shaping the real estate marketplace today and share their thoughts on strategies for successful investment.

 

 

2015-04-27 · New York

China's Forthcoming Transformation and Its Potential Global Implications

 

Xiang Bing, Founding Dean of CKGSB and Professor of China Business and Globalization, will discuss the new models and strategies that Chinese companies have adopted in the context of globalization. He will also offer an in-depth analysis of China’s new business models, the prevailing myths and realities that characterize China, before ending with a look at how this impacts Latin American growth in/with China.

 

 

2015-04-22 · New York

Sun Tzu and the Art of Business with Becky Sheetz-Runkle and Mark McNeilly

 

In ancient China there was a period known as the Age of Warring States, when great conflict and uncertainty as seven states fought for survival and reign. It was during this time that there arose an insightful general Sun Tzu. His ability to win victories for his warlord gained him tremendous fame and power.

 

 

2015-03-31 · New York

New Urbanization in China: The State Plan and Potential Improvements

 

China launched a new urbanization program for 2014–2020. It is intended to benefit China’s social and economic development by focusing on integrated urban and rural development, creating city clusters and promoting sustainable urban development. However, the design and implementation of the new urbanization program may also bring new social and economic problems, such as widening the gap in urban development between different regions in China, leading to the formation of a new urban poor class. To minimize negative effects of the new policy, Professor Hu Biliang suggests ways to deal with the relationships between the market and government and between economic and social development in the process of urbanization. The key is to allow the market to determine the flows of capital, land and people in the process of urbanization to achieve sustainable urban development.

 

 

2015-03-19 · New York

East meets West iLEAD Experience Reception

 

Learn more about the ground breaking iLEAD leadership development & networking program. iLEAD immerses next-gen leaders, entrepreneurs and wealth creators in real world applications to prepare them to successfully tackle tomorrow’s global business challenges and foster the global transfer of values and knowledge.

 

 

2015-02-23 · New York

Four Expert Business Minds, Three Critical Business Challenges, One Extraordinary Evening

 

CKGSB New York is about to launch its first Knowledge Series Event – an interactive panel to discover the consumer habits, international branding techniques and best strategies to penetrate both the US and Chinese markets. We welcome you to interact personally with four of the leading minds in marketing and business today in an insightful and thought-provoking panel conversation on three critical business challenges in one extraordinary evening.

 

 

 

2017-03-31 · New York

Artificial intelligence to Change Financial Markets

 

AI’s ‘deep thinking’ offers efficient data analysis and eliminates decisions on sentiments

 

 

2017-03-03 · New York

China and USA Global Leaders in Clean Energy Investment

 

As employment in fossil fuel declines clean energy emerges as a leading job-creating industry.

 

 

2016-11-04 · New York

Budding Entrepreneurs Pitch Business Plans at CKGSB Forum

 

Four young Chinese entrepreneurs working at, or running, web-based start-ups based in the US pitched their companies to a panel of judges at a recent Knowledge Series event at the school’s New York offices in Manhattan.

 

 

2016-10-27 · New York

CKGSB’s Darby: Leaders Are Made, Not Born

 

Mary Wadsworth Darby, Chief Representative of CKGSB Americas, told an audience of senior executives about the differences in leadership styles between China and the West, as part of a forum on emerging trends in global business administration.

 

 

2016-10-26 · New Orleans

EMBAC Conference Learns of CKGSB’s Unique Partnerships

 

CKGSB Americas Chief Rep Mary Wadsworth Darby told the EMBAC annual conference in New Orleans about how the school’s partnerships with business schools in the US give students a unique and invaluable understanding of the culture of business in China.

 

 

2016-10-10 · New York

Nixon Grandson Sheds Light on US-China Relations

 

CKGSB Americas hosted Christopher Nixon Cox—the grandson of President Richard Nixon, co-founder of the advisory firm OC Global Partners, and advisor to the Donald Trump presidential campaign—to speak at its latest Knowledge Series event in New York.

 

 

2016-10-08 · New York

Professor Li Haitao: China at Pivotal Moment in History

 

CKGSB Professor of Finance Li Haitao told prospective students at a Knowledge Series event that China currently faces challenges right now, but added that the country has great potential and that he thought the best days lie ahead for the leading driver of global growth.

 

 

2016-09-09 · New York

Urbanization “Will Drive Consumer Spending, GDP”

 

Venture investor Li Yong, the lead speaker at a CKGSB Knowledge Series presentation on Chinese foreign investment, says the country’s urbanization initiatives will keep consumer spending growing and push China’s economy to become the world’s largest, despite economic headwinds.

 

 

2016-08-14 · Ithaca, NY

CKGSB’s Darby: West Paying Greater Attention to Confucian, Taoist Leadership Principles

 

Future heads of family businesses from both the United States and China explored the making of great leaders in a Cornell University session taught by CKGSB Americas Senior Director Mary Wadsworth Darby, part of CKGSB and Cornell’s joint Global Emerging Leaders in Family Enterprises (GEL) program.

 

 

2016-08-11 · Washington, DC

GEL Brings Together Next-Generation Family Business Leaders

 

Next-generation scions of Western and Asian family-owned companies learned to meet the challenges of corporate leadership and family business in CKGSB and Cornell University’s joint Global Emerging Leaders in Family Enterprises (GEL) program.

 

 

2016-07-24 · Washington, DC

CKGSB, Darden Toast Their 10-Year Alliance at Washington, DC, Parley

 

CKGSB’s 10-year partnership with University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business is a wonderful event that continues to benefit both schools, said Teng Bingsheng, Associate Professor of Strategic Management at CKGSB and the Associate Dean of CKGSB’s European Campus.

 

 

2016-06-22 · New York

Mary Wadsworth Darby Named as Chief Representative of CKGSB Americas

 

The new head of CKGSB’s New York office comes with a long track record of success in the Asia/China markets, having previously held management positions in a number of Fortune 100 firms, including Chase, Sears and Morgan Stanley.

 

 

2016-06-21 · New York

China’s Real Estate Market ‘Very Healthy’, Chan Tells Breakfast Parley

 

China’s real estate market, often depicted as headed for a sharp downturn, is in fact in very good shape, a leading Hong Kong entrepreneur told a full gathering of senior executives at CKGSB’s New York office.

 

 

2016-06-08 · New York

China’s Succession Issue Approaching ‘Critical’ Stage, Says CKGSB’s Professor Teng Bingsheng

 

CKGSB’s Associate Professor of Strategic Management and Associate Dean of CKGSB’s European Campus, Teng Bingsheng speaks at webinar ‘Understanding the Family Business in a 21st Century China’ co-presented by CKGSB and Cornell University’s Smith Business Initiative.

 

 

2016-06-03 · New York

Embracing patience is key to creating an innovation culture: CKGSB-Cornell session

 

“New executives can lead innovation at family firms by accepting failure as a necessary part of the innovation process,” said Cornell University Professor Allan Filipowicz at a CKGSB-Cornell University event in New York.

 

 

2016-05-25 · New York

CKGSB’s MBA Program Hosts NYC Networking Session

 

CKGSB Finance Department Chair Henry Cao and students of the school’s MBA program highlighted how the program can provide world-class education to future business leaders from China, Asia and beyond, in a networking session hosted by CKGSB Americas.

 

 

2016-05-18 · New York

Immersion Program Highlights “Complementary” CKGSB-INCAE Partnership

 

30 visiting students from Costa Rica’s INCAE Business School spent a week at CKGSB’s New York office, during an insightful “Specialization in Finance” program, which included lectures, panel discussions and visits to three New York companies – Morgan Stanley, Bloomberg and the New York branch of Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, China’s largest bank.

 

 

2016-05-16 · New York

Rethinking Strategy “Key to Digital Transformation”

 

Speaking to CKGSB Professor of Marketing Sun Baohong at a Knowledge Series event in New York City, Columbia Business School Professor David Rogers said that traditional businesses seeking a digital-age makeover should first concentrate on changing their strategic thinking, not their technology.

 

 

2016-04-26 · Los Angeles

China-US Teamwork Can “Foster Global Renaissance”

 

CKGSB Founding Dean Xiang Bing tells the Committee of 100 (C-100) 2016 Annual Conference in Los Angeles that China and the US can usher in a new age of enlightenment by collaborating to meet global challenges tied to a wave of technological, social and political disruptions.

 

 

2016-04-22 · New York

Understanding Family Businesses “Critical” in Changing Global Economy

 

With 90 percent of businesses in both the US and China considered family-owned, the importance of learning how these firms can best operate is essential to success. Experts and participants shared their experiences on the topic at a recent session at CKGSB’s New York office.

 

 

2016-04-20 · New York

CKGSB and Columbia Engineering Launch Cheung Kong Innovation Institute

 

Two schools aim to train rising professionals in innovation and entrepreneurship by announcing a unique hub for training and educating a new breed of industry and business professionals in exciting new partnership.

 

 

2016-04-14 · New York

Unique Program Helps Young Professionals Contribute to Growth of Family Businesses

 

Here is an opportunity to build master strategies for sustaining and globalizing your family’s business over generations, while building a pre-eminent international network. Participants will be immersed in cross-cultural and experiential modules in both the US and China, and learn from the experiences of family business owners and executives from both leading Chinese and US companies.

 

 

2016-03-28 · New York

CKGSB’s Henry Cao leads probe of China business trends at GCC Summit 2016

 

CKGSB Finance Department Chair Henry Cao guided an incisive exploration of current trends in business and finance in China as panel moderator at the Global China Connection Summit 2016 at the TPK Conference Center in Midtown Manhattan.

 

 

2016-03-18 · New York

China Economic Reform “Unavoidable” Amid Overcapacity Issues

 

CKGSB Economics Professor Li Wei, creator of the CKGSB Business Conditions Index (BCI), tells a Knowledge Series audience that China must accelerate its planned economic reforms to put manufacturing resources to better use as the nation’s debt and overcapacity problems worsen.

 

 

2016-03-10 · New York

China’s O2O Industry Still “Huge Opportunity” for Investors

 

Alan Yan, founder of AdChina, the Chinese Internet marketing firm recently acquired by Alibaba Group, told a CKGSB Knowledge Series audience that the online-to-offline (O2O) market remains a “huge” China investment opportunity, despite a shakeout that has raised concerns that the O2O boom is a mirage.

 

 

2016-03-10 · New York

Speaking Up at Work “Key to Advancement for Female Professionals”

 

Women who speak up at work can rise to executive positions in companies where men make the major career-advancement decisions, an audience at a special CKGSB Knowledge Series panel discussion to commemorate International Women’s Day, Women Ascending, from Base Camp to Summit: Tools for the Climb, was told.

 

 

2016-02-22 · New York

China Economy ‘Healthy’ Despite Wild Market Swings

 

Liu Ling, a managing director at New China Capital Management, the investment manager for Cathay Funds, told a CKGSB Knowledge Series event that China’s stock-market gyrations are the growing pains of a “healthy and solid” economy, highlighted by China’s middle class overtaking America’s to become the biggest in the world.

 

 

2016-02-01 · New York

Consumer-centric Marketing Can Boost Profit, ROI

 

Sun Baohong, the Dean’s Distinguished Chair Professor of Marketing at CKGSB, and Carnegie Mellon University business and computer science professor R. Ravi outlined at a CKGSB Knowledge Series event a consumer-centric marketing framework that they said would bump up profit growth and return on investment significantly more than a campaign-centered strategy.

 

 

2016-01-24 · New York

Industry Expert: Solar Power Boom Set To Continue

 

Tong Xingxue, the former Chairman, President and Chief Executive of LDK Solar Energy, and an alumnus of CKGSB’s EMBA program, says the booming solar power industry is poised for even greater growth, helped by falling costs, growing innovation and surging investment.

 

 

2016-01-07 · Los Angeles

CKGSB’s New Alumni Chapter “Can Help Expand US-China Ties”

 

Liu Jian, the Consul General for the People’s Republic of China in Los Angeles, and CKGSB Dean Xiang Bing were among those in attendance at the launch ceremony of CKGSB’s US West Coast Alumni Association, which also included an Innovation Forum.

 

 

2015-12-20 · New York, NY

China’s Stock Market Plunge, Economic Slowdown Under Microscope in NYC

 

A packed house attended CKGSB’s New York office recently to hear a fascinating discussion about the rollercoaster ride experienced by China’s economy in 2015, the latest event to form part of the school’s Knowledge Series.

 

 

2015-12-11 · New York, NY

New Book Seeks To Help Marketers Get Most Out of Data Deluge

 

A new book co-written by CKGSB Professor of Marketing Sun Baohong breaks new ground in an effort to help marketers effectively leverage the flood of data available through a growing array of digital and mobile devices.

 

 

2015-12-07 · Chapel Hill, NC

CKGSB’s Partnerships with US Schools Highlighted at UNICON Parley

 

A session on international partnerships at UNC-Chapel Hill hears how CKGSB’s executive-education partnerships with US graduate business schools illustrate the overall value of international collaboration as a strategy to increase global reach.

 

 

2015-11-11 · New York

Marketers Play Big Role in B2B Buying: CKGSB Knowledge Series

 

Ruth P. Stevens, president of eMarketing Strategy, told the CKGSB Knowledge Series presentation “How B2B Buying Has Changed and How We Need to Change With It” that marketers can play a big role in driving business-to-business (B2B) sales by forming relationships with customers as they research a company's products and services over the Internet.

 

 

2015-11-05 · Stanford, CA

CKGSB’s CEO Students Travel from China to Study at Stanford

 

A group of more than 40 Chinese CEOs from CKGSB’s CEO Executive Education Program recently enjoyed five days of teaching from leading Stanford University professors on topics including technology, artificial intelligence and big data.

 

 

2015-10-02 · New York

Nielsen Commits to Drive Business Success in China in the Digital Age: CKGSB roundtable

 

Yan Xuan, president of Nielsen Greater China, told the October 2 roundtable session “New Consumption Trends in China” at CKGSB's New York offices that the rise of Ecommerce can help bring more consumption of goods to people in China, particularly rural residents. That assistance would fit with the government's effort to rebalance China's economy away from exports and investment and toward consumption to create sustainable long-term growth.

 

 

2015-09-24 · Beijing and Shanghai

iLEAD’s China Module Provides Global View for Next-Generation Business Leaders

 

A select group of next-generation global business leaders completed the inaugural 2015 iLEAD program’s 10-day China Module recently, experiencing unparalleled international networking opportunities, world-class academic discussions, interactive panels with select executives, visits to leading Chinese companies and practical hands-on learning opportunities.

 

 

2015-09-20 · New York

2015 China-India Insights Conference Explores Firm Behavior In Fast-Changing Marketplace

 

Scholars from marketing, finance and other fields shared data on consumer and firm behavior that managers and marketers could leverage to battle challenges in an ever-competitive marketplace at the seventh annual China India Insights Conference, hosted jointly by CKGSB and the Yale School of Management.

 

 

2015-09-18 · New York

CKGSB/Yale Panel Shares Insight from China and India on E-Commerce

 

A panel discussion on “New E-Commerce Trends in China and India”, highlighting the implications for companies, customers and economies of the e-commerce surge in China and India and the nations' potential as an e-commerce marketplace for Western firms, set the stage for the seventh annual China India Insights Conference.

 

 

2015-09-12 · Beijing

INCAE EMBA Students Develop China Business Acumen at CKGSB

 

Against the dramatic backdrop of a military parade featuring 12,000 People's Liberation Army troops, more than 100 aircraft and about 500 pieces of military equipment, a group of 83 EMBA students from INCAE Business School recently studied at CKGSB’s Beijing campus.

 

 

2015-08-12 · Cambridge, MA

Responsible Business Leadership in China and the US at Forefront as CKGSB, Harvard Kennedy School Join Hands

 

A capacity audience attended the first ever CKGSB-HKS co-hosted symposium in Cambridge, MA, to hear how the private sector, government and NGOs can better collaborate to create social value in a globalized world.

 

 

2015-08-06 · New York

Dean Xiang Engages Committee of 100 Members on Hot Topics of China

 

Chinese government salary caps, surging Chinese investments in the US and the future of charity in China piqued the interest of the distinguished executives attending an exclusive lecture by CKGSB Founding Dean and Professor of China Business and Globalization Xiang Bing in New York.

 

 

2015-07-01 · New York

CKGSB Rep at UN Panel: CSR, Philanthropy in School’s DNA

 

CSR, philanthropy and social progress have been engineered into CKGSB’s DNA since the school’s founding, CKGSB Americas Chief Representative Greg Marchi told attendees at United Nations Global Compact conference on responsible management education.

 

 

2015-06-29 · New York

iLEAD’s US Module Sets Strong Pace for Preparing Next-Generation Global Business Leaders

 

Experiencing unparalleled international networking opportunities, world-class academic discussions, interactive panels with select executives, practical hands-on learning opportunities and visits to leading US and Chinese companies, an exclusive group of next-generation global business leaders has completed the inaugural 2015 iLEAD program’s 10-day US Module.

 

 

2015-05-19 · New York

What MNCs Must Know to Win Consumers in China

 

Chinese experts see remarkable potential in the earning power of millions of new global Chinese consumers. But what do foreign multinational companies need to know in order to appeal to the next generation of Chinese consumers?

 

 

2015-05-06 · New York

Asian Investors a New ‘Great Wall of Capital’ for US Commercial Real Estate

 

US commercial properties are attracting Asian investors in record-breaking fashion, with luxury hotels and other “trophy” buildings in the coastal, “gateway” cities of New York, L.A., San Francisco and Washington, D.C., among the most sought-after purchases, according to Susan Stupin and Ted Gamble, Principals and Co-Founders of The Prescott Group, a NY-based real estate investment and asset management firm.

 

 

2015-04-29 · Palo Alto

Different Dreams’ Essential for Future, CKGSB Dean Tells Stanford

 

Reports claiming the end of growth in China are greatly exaggerated, according to two CKGSB professors. The potential of an advanced domestic financial sector mean that China's best days still lie ahead.

 

 

2015-04-29 · Palo Alto

Different Dreams’ Essential for Future, CKGSB Dean Tells Stanford

 

Taking a cue from Confucius, CKGSB Founding Dean and Professor of China Business and Globalization Xiang Bing is championing “encouraging different dreams” as the key to China’s future success.

 

 

2015-04-22 · New York

Off the Battlefield and Into the Boardroom

 

Authors apply Sun Tzu’s war strategies to a range of specific business cases in fascinating talk at CKGSB’s New York campus.

 

 

2015-04-19 · Ithaca NY

CKGSB Speakers at Cornell Conference Detail “New Normal” For China, US

 

Stories of China's debt, slowing growth and speculative bubbles have dominated the pages of newspapers across the globe. But how has the Chinese economy changed over the last couple of decades, and what can investors expect over the next ten years?

 

 

2015-04-16 · New York

Cuneo at Cornell: Entrepreneurship, Family Business and the Global Enterprise

 

Former Marvel Entertainment CEO Peter Cuneo shares his thoughts on why leadership skills are the single most important thing young people can obtain to achieve success during a talk at Cornell’s Johnson School.

 

 

2015-04-14 · Beijing

CKGSB Associate Dean Teng: Family Business Succession No Longer A Taboo Topic in China

 

Five years ago, Chinese entrepreneurs might have feared and shunned the topic of “family businesses.” Nowadays, second-generation leaders have started to openly talk about business succession.

 

 

2015-04-12 · Los Angeles

Seizing Opportunities in Today’s China

 

At the 3rd Annual USC China Connect Forum in Los Angeles, CKGSB Professor Mei Jianping highlighted five main sectors which are set for promising futures in China.

 

 

 

2015-03-31 · New York

Urbanization Should Be Led by Market Rules

 

The Knowledge Series lecture “China’s New Urbanization” was successfully held at the New York campus of the Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business.

 

 

2015-03-17 · Cambridge, MA

CKGSB and Harvard Kennedy School Collaborate for Betterment of Society

 

Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB) and Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) have announced a collaboration inspired by CKGSB’s and HKS’s common mission: to create knowledge and disseminate it through teaching programs and other outreach methods for the betterment of global communities.

 

 

2015-03-08 · Washington, D.C.

CKGSB Dean Shares Insights with Prestigious US-China Business Group

 

As CKGSB continues to develop from an institution with unparalleled China expertise into a truly world-class business school, its faculty are increasingly sought after to speak at international event. As a case in point, CKGSB Founding Dean Xiang Bing recently addressed a group of senior business leaders in Washington, D.C.

 

 

2015-02-02 · New York

CKGSB and Cornell Partner to Create Opportunities in U.S. and China

 

CKGSB has partnered up with the Ivy League University to create an exciting immersion program for family businesses, with modules in both China and the US.

 

 

 

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