CKGSB 4-Hour MBA Experience

Experience how a top MBA in China can take your career further in a special 4-hour event in Shanghai. Explore business strategy and the unique China insight that multinational firms are searching for in a sample MBA class. Discover successful strategies for developing a career in China from Larry Wang, CEO of Wang & Li Asia Resources- China’s recruitment firm of the year in 2008.  Connect with CKGSB alumni and students as they share the impact the CKGSB MBA has had on their professional development. Begin the next step in your international career now with the CKGSB 4-Hour MBA Experience.

Spaces are limited; register today to reserve your seat. (Please note, registrants will receive a telephone call to complete the registration)

CKGSB MBA Experience- 4-Hour MBA Event Details


August 3, 2013


14:00 (Reception opens at 13:30) – 18:00


2419 Hong Qiao Road

Shanghai 200335

(Classrooms are within the Cypress Hotel)



Activity Details


Welcome Reception


CKGSB MBA Experience Welcome and Introduction


MBA Sample Class:  Marketing Insight


Career Talk: Succeeding in China’s Job Market


CKGSB Alumni Networking & Refreshments


Admissions Information Session (Optional)

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Special Lecture Speakers

Larry Wang

Larry Wang is the CEO of Wang & Li Asia Resources, China’s 2008 recruitment firm of the year. For more than 18 years, Mr. Wang has been a leader in developing professional talent in Asia and is an expert on the job market in China. He has been asked to share his expertise with top MBA programs such as Harvard, MIT, and Wharton and through media appearances on CNN, Bloomberg BusinessWeek, and Forbes. Mr. Wang has authored three books on career strategies in China; “The New Gold Mountain”, “Know the Game, Play the Game”, and “How to Develop Yourself as a Future Executive Today or… How to DYFET.”

Professor Li Yang

Professor Li Yang is an assistant professor of marketing at CKGSB. Prof. Li Yang received his doctorate from Columbia University and has taught at Columbia University and worked for the United Nations. His research is focused on areas such as retailing, market structure, consumer choice models, and social networks and his work has been published in the Journal of Marketing Research.

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