Chinese companies are on the move. Over the last decade, more and more Chinese companies expanded internationally and have operations abroad. At the same time, multinational companies firmly established themselves in the business landscape of the Middle Kingdom. This business expansion prompted multinational companies, as well as Chinese companies, to focus on corporate social responsibility (CSR). The role of CSR reporting is enhancing awareness, monitoring business practices and restraining harmful occurrences on social and environmental elements. As China’s role on the world business stage increases, understanding the role of CSR in multinational and Chinese companies is of growing importance for rising executives and business leaders.
Join “The Quiet Evolution of CSR in China,” to discover the variances between how Chinese companies and multinational companies conduct CSR in China and to understand the burgeoning relationship between CSR outreach and Chinese NGOs. The CKGSB’s 2013 MBA class will host two speakers from Beijing to bring these insights to the Big Apple. Participants can expect not only to interact with the speakers during Q&A session and the after-event, networking social, but also to gain insights in:
Spaces are limited; register today to reserve your seat.
Date: June 11th, 2014
Time: 19:00-21:00 (Reception opens at 18:45)
Location: Cornell Club
6 E 44th St, New York, NY 10017
Maximum number of attendees: 150
Registration Cost: Free, but registration is required
Guest Lecture Speaker
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.
Guo Jianmei received her masters of landscape architecture at Tsinghua University and then joined Monsod Drought-Resistance in 2009 and established the Landscape Architecture Design Institute of Beijing. She is one of the core technical professionals in the Monsod Drought-Resistance Company.
The Modsod Drought- Resistance Co. is devoted to utilizing domesticated native grasses to enhance ecological projects. The company applies ecological remediation to grasslands, mines, barren mountains, saline and alkaline lands, and brownfields of industrial site; develops water-saving landscaping in cities and towns. The company also is involved in forage seeds’ manufacturing and processing, the cultivation of natural and planted forage grasses, and the management of farms and agricultural projects. Monsod Drought-Resistance has been a listed company since 2012 (Stock code: 蒙草抗旱 300355.SZ).
In the future, based on model of platform-operation for grassland eco-industry, Monsod Drought-Resistance shall keep keen eyes on grasslands remediation, building Green Monsod Farms and try to promote the sustainable livestock industry as well.