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China Business Networking Night- CKGSB MBA New York Event

2014-06-12 · New York

CKGSB MBA presents a unique event that brings together young professionals and business people from around the world at CKGSB’s New York branch. Hosted by CKGSB’s MBA program, the evening will gather entrepreneurs, international professionals, members of New York’s Chinese business community, and business leaders in finance and global trade to network and forge a greater understanding between the business communities in China and the United States.

 

Join the China Business Networking Night to build new connections, share your experiences, and mix with the exceptional young professionals from CKGSB MBA, along with some of New York’s leading business leaders and executives.

 

Attendance is open to those who receive an email invitation from CKGSB MBA. Registration is free but required. Kindly register by Wednesday, June 11 at 12:00 am if you wish to attend.

 

Spaces are limited; register today to reserve your seat.

 

Event Details

 

Date: June 12th, 2014 (Thursday)
Time: 19:00 – 20:30
Location:  New York Hilton Midtown
                        1335 Avenue of the Americas
                        New York, NY 10019
                        Concourse Room C
Language: English
Maximum number of attendees: 50
Registration Cost: Free, but registration is required
Refreshments: Beverages and light snacks provided
Registration: Free but required

 

Schedule

 

Time

Activity                                     

 

18:30-19:00

Reception Opens

 

19:00-19:30

CKGSB Welcome and Special Guest Introductions

 

19:20-20:30

Refreshments and Networking

 

 

Special Featured Guest

 

Yang lili/ Lily Young

 

Lily Young is currently a board member of the BNV School. From 2010 to earlier 2014, Lily Young was a vice president for Schneider Electric (China) Co. Ltd, Ambassador of Energy Efficiency, Member of the Schneider Electric China Committee, as well as a member of the Global Influence Board. Prior to working at Schneider Electric, her career included positions at the American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham-China), the Ministry of Commerce, P.R.C (MOFCOM), United Nations Industry Organization Investment Promotion Service in China (UNIDO-IPS), the Municipal Government of Beijing.

 

Ms. Young’s current research focuses on impact investment, social enterprise, crowd founding of philanthropy, as well as strategic CSR development in China and cross-cultural management.

 

 

Philip Lin

 

Philip Lin has taught courses in private equity, venture capital and entrepreneurial finance at CKGSB, Columbia University, Stanford University and Tsinghua University. His prior experience was in Private Equity and Internet infrastructure related startup companies.

 

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