Leading business school, Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB) partners on the annual 2020 Penn Wharton China Summit and launches its new ‘MBA Future Elite Scholarship’.
Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB) Assistant Professor of Economics Dr. Fan Xinyu, was invited to speak at the Horasis Asia Meeting on November 30 2020
On November 15 2020, after eight years of negotiations, 15 Asia-Pacific nations including China, Japan, South Korea, Australia, New Zealand and the ten ASEAN countries, signed the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (RCEP).
CKGSB, a leading business school from China, celebrated its 18th anniversary on November 21, it reassessed the role of business schools today, particularly in light of the global pandemic.
Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB) and Spain’s IE Business School have jointly launched a report on “Understanding Family Businesses in China: the Path, the Trend, and the Future,”
On November 11th, Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB), in partnership with Chosun-Illbo, held the 11th Asian Leadership Conference (ALC) on ‘A Greater Asia-Its Role
China’s leading business school, Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB) and GoldCrest jointly hosted a webinar, titled ‘Can Climate Change be a Catalyst for Economic Growth?’
On this webinar, CKGSB and IE Business School co-launches a report on family businesses and it's contribution to the economic development of China.
Asia House, in partnership with CKGSB, brought together leading figures in China’s digital space to discuss these trends and offer predictive analysis on country’s tech trajectory.
21 alumni and one professor from Beijing’s CKGSB featured on this year's Forbes China Philanthropy list, recognized for their impressive social innovation in education, sustainability, and more
In Q3 2020, investor willingness to invest in stocks has increased significantly. Investors are optimistic towards China’s A-shares stocks and real estate market, and the number of people willing to invest in stocks has increased significantly.
Business leaders have undergone a lot of changes and have had to question the kind of successful leadership that is needed in these difficult times. How do we boost new ways of collaboration and embrace challenges as leaders in these different situations?