CKGSB Professor of Marketing Juliet Zhu has been named to the World Economic Forum’s Network of Global Agenda Councils as a Member for 2014-2016. This highly prestigious appointment recognizes Prof Zhu as among the most relevant and knowledgeable thought leaders in her field, and her expertise will be instrumental in helping the China Council collaboratively develop pertinent insights and solutions to address global challenges.
CKGSB Professor of Marketing Juliet Zhu has been named to the World Economic Forum’s Network of Global Agenda Councils as a Member for 2014-2016.
Established in 2008, it is an invitation-only knowledge network that serves as an international brain trust to the World Economic Forum and the world at large. The Network is composed of 80 Councils focusing on specific issues and 6 Meta-Councils dealing with cross-cutting themes. The Network gives its Members, who are among the most relevant and knowledgeable thought leaders in their fields, a unique platform to support the Forum’s vision to better understand and catalyse global, regional and industry transformation.
As a Member of the Global Agenda Council on China, Professor Zhu will meet virtually with other Council Members throughout her term, as well as in person at the Summit on the Global Agenda, described as “the world’s largest brainstorm”, on 9-11 November 2014 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
Council Members give their views on what world leaders should be watching out for and thinking about for the year ahead, and their contributions form the basis of the Global Agenda Outlook, one of the World Economic Forum’s flagship publications.
More information on Professor Zhu can be found here.