On February 22, 2021, the Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB) hosted Johns Hopkins Carey Business School’s sixteen freshmen, who are stranded in China due to the pandemic, at CKGSB’s Shanghai campus. This is part of an innovative cooperation carried out between the two schools, which are also planning to jointly offer degree programs in the future.
CKGSB Americas presented a special webinar - The Post-COVID19 World of Commerce - with leading US-China retail expert Michael Zakkour.
CKSGB Americas hosted its “Roundtable Summit on U.S.-China Relations” on December 11th in New York.
Dr Liu Jing, Professor of Accounting and Finance and Associate Dean of Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB), released the 2019 Q4 findings of the Cheung Kong Investor Sentiment Survey (CKISS).
[Beijing, December 19th 2019] As education models increasingly shift from traditional academic settings to a model of lifelong learning, individuals are increasingly taking a proactive approach to their own up-skilling and professional development. Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB) supported the British Chamber of Commerce in China this year on the second iteration of the Young Professionals Development Program (YPDP), seeing 60 young talents take part in interactive workshops led by mentors from CKGSB, Rolls-Royce, KPMG, Brunswick and Venture Education.
Founding Dean Xiang Bing will join 30+ high-ranking government officials, corporate chiefs and entrepreneurs like China's Former Minister of Commerce, President of the US-China Business Council and Former United States Ambassador to Singapore to debate how the global economic, social and technological landscapes will evolve during this time of immense competition and conflict between these two rival superpowers, and establish a framework for rebuilding positive, albeit competitive, dialogue between them.
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On November 8th, 2019, Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB) was awarded 3rd place at Cornell University’s Emerging Markets Case Competition.
On November 22nd, the CKGSB MBA Financial Innovation Module wrapped up in Shanghai. This four-day module gives students from the CKGSB MBA Program an opportunity to learn about how financial innovation impacts China’s economy, as well as the opportunity to visit pioneering enterprises to see first-hand how Shanghai is developing into a leading financial center.
[November 20, 2019, Beijing] Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB) has been awarded the 2019 China Social Impact Award in “Poverty Alleviation” by the British Chamber of Commerce in China and United Nations for its positive impact and efforts in reducing poverty in China. The awards were handed out across seven categories from a field of more than 250 companies and organizations competing in total.
[November 20, 2019 - Beijing] More than 500 attendees and 341,000 live-stream viewers tuned in to the 5th Women in Leadership Forum in Beijing on November 20, 2019. Twenty-six inspiring speakers – including Former Professional Tennis Player Li Na, the New Zealand Ambassador to China, Clare Fearnley, the Swedish Ambassador to China, Helena Sangeland, Chairman and President of BP China, Xiaoping Yang, and General Manager of Baidu APP, Ping Xiaoli – addressed the challenges women face in the workplace and in society.
[October 27, 2019, Beijing, China] – Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB) has hosted a global cohort of Fortune 500 senior executives, members of parliament, senior diplomats and NGO leaders from eleven countries for an eye-opening executive education program, ‘Cutting-edge Insights from China’ (CIC), at the school’s Beijing campus. The four-day program is specially designed for global senior executives of multinational companies and policy makers to advance their knowledge on China, so that they can stay ahead of the curve and have more confidence facing a changing global future.
On October 29, 2019, Founding Dean of Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB), Xiang Bing met with ChosunBiz to discuss the value of business schools and the future of the Chinese economy. Underscoring how China has managed to maintain and strengthen its position as the world’s third largest economy since 2008, Dean Xiang said, “If companies fail to understand the East Asian markets, including China, there is a greater risk of management making wrong decisions.”