On July 2nd, 2019, Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business’ (CKGSB) Alumni Association of Canada partnered with the Vancouver Economic Commission to host the ‘2019 Canada-China Forum.’
CKGSB sat down with INCAE Professor Esteban R. Brenes during his week-long visit to Beijing, where CKGSB hosted INCAE Business School’s executive education students for a customized ‘Doing Business with a Changing China’ program.
Location: Roppongi, Tokyo
On May 15th, 2019, Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB) hosted a session on China’s digital innovation at the 10th Asian Leadership Conference (ALC), an annual international conference held in Seoul, South Korea.
“With a long career in China, I have a pretty extensive network here. Nevertheless, I was able to further strengthen my competitiveness by expanding my business network in the Chinese market,” said Won-Jae Lee in his interview for Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business’ Korean-language blog.
On 29th May 2019, Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business Professor of Accounting and Finance, Associate Dean, and Director of the CKGSB Investment Research Center, Liu Jing revealed his 2019 Q1 CKGSB Investor Sentiment and commented on the repercussions of the US-China trade war to members of the Foreign Correspondents’ Club of China at the CKGSB Beijing campus.
All interested marketing faculty and doctoral students are welcome to attend. Lunch, beverages and snacks will be served to all. Marketing faculty members are also invited to join the speakers for dinner. There is no registration fee.
Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business Professor of Accounting and Finance Liu Jing will explain how investors and finance professionals view the importance of China’s A-shares, and analyze the market sentiment given the actual value and performance in the first quarter of 2019, based on his most recent survey.
On May 12th 2019, Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business’ (CKGSB) 2019 China CEO program was launched at the school’s Beijing campus with an insightful ‘Global CEO Dialogues’ event. The event saw engaging discussions on technology innovation and the economic outlooks of China by the program’s 15 global business leaders alongside more than 80 Chinese corporate executives and CKGSB alumni.
CKGSB held its latest MBA China Module program at its Beijing campus, hosting the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business from the US and ESIC Business and Marketing School students from Spain as part of a specially-designed two-week course aimed at developing next-generation business leaders for the global economy.
CKGSB Dean Xiang Bing, Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono and Other Senior Japanese Officials Discuss Confucian Economic Sphere and Cultivating a New Generation of Disruptive Business Leaders