CKGSB Dean Xiang Bing, Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono and Other Senior Japanese Officials Discuss Confucian Economic Sphere and Cultivating a New Generation of Disruptive Business Leaders
As a key partner to the Forum, CKGSB delivered a strong voice from China through eight speakers, including CKGSB Founding Dean and alumni who run top companies in China
Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB) along with the Victorian State Government and the CKGSB Australia and New Zealand Alumni Association jointly hosted the 2019 China-Australia Business Forum in Melbourne on May 2nd, convening business and government leaders from the two countries to shed light on economic outlooks, bilateral relations and new growth sectors, including agriculture, e-commerce, healthcare and investment.
China’s Leading Business School Hosts Event in London to Explore Opportunities in China and Launches MBA Scholarships for the UK and EU Market
The Malaysian delegation of 29 senior leaders took part in the ‘Growing Business to China—Understanding the Land of the Rising Dragon’ program at CKGSB.
OurCrowd, a leading global investment platform and Israel’s most active venture investor, announced today the signing of a strategic cooperation memorandum with the Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB) Chuang Community, an entrepreneurship ecosystem at China’s biggest independent business school, to develop a global innovation ecosystem and strengthen the bond between the Israeli and Chinese tech communities.
CKGSB recent visit to South Korea was reported by the highly respected business media, Chosun Biz. Twenty-six executives from China’s top companies visited South Korea’s creative and cultural industries, visiting companies, meeting with other executives and exchanging ideas for bi-lateral cooperation.
Well-renowned Professor Young-nam Cho of Seoul National University Graduate School of International Studies gave a lecture on “China’s National Development Strategy in the Xi Jinping Administration” to a group of South Korean business students who are participants of the China-Korea EMBA Program. The second in a series of monthly lectures held in Seoul. The China-Korea EMBA Program is a joint cooperation with CKGSB and the Seoul Business School (aSSIST), based on each institution’s strength in business education and ability to provide analysis of current business conditions through academic research.
Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB) is proud to co-host the ASEAN Global Leadership Program (AGLP) with SRW&Co. in September 2019.
Korean media have been paying significant attention to the latest economic downturn in the Chinese economy. Local business newspapers and online media, such as Financial News, Choice News and Acrofan, have quoted the CKGSB Business Conditions Index (BCI) in their reports about the economic slowdown in China. The expertise of CKGSB and the BCI was highlighted by coverage using the index to explain the economic conditions in China.
Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB) held its 2018 Accounting Conference in Beijing on November 30-December 1.
Changing Perceptions and Empowering Future Leaders at the 2018 Women in Leadership Forum -“Driving Change through Social Innovation”