China and India are by far the world’s most populous nations, with both nations seeing enormous growth opportunities and a thriving start-up scene. But while China’s economy has grown faster in recent decades and is now more than five times the size of India’s, China has now entered a different phase of growth, while India’s economic growth seems set to ramp up. Featuring a dynamic line-up of experts, this event will compare and contrast the start-up economies in China, which has four of the world’s top 10 most valuable start-ups, and India, home to ten unicorns, where author Alan Rosling argues that early stage business is set to play a major role in transforming the economy as a whole.
You are invited to meet us at the QS One-to-one in Toronto, New York City, and Washington D.C. Whether it’s to explore what China has to offer, discover new careers or jump into the most exciting start-up environment in the world, learn how you can do it at CKGSB.
China is the world’s second largest economy. Over decades of continued economic growth, it has gradually developed its own economic and financial systems that are increasingly different from the rest of the world.
Join us for an engaging discussion of differing views of corporate social responsibility in Asia and beyond. We will examine the intersection between ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility and ask if self-interest impedes progress in our social responsibilities.
Rediscover a new model to re-energize your organization’s strategy with top experts in this day of immersion in the “next practices” that will drive internal innovation and growth.
You are cordially invited to a Young Professionals panel discussion and networking event to explore how to navigate your career success in both the corporate and startup sectors.
Join us for a special evening engaging with today’s global branding leaders, featuring Morgan Stanley Global Chief Marketing Officer Mr. Mandell Crawley. This CKGSB Knowledge Series event is embedded into our Global Branding in the Digital Era Executive Education program in collaboration with Yale School of Management and WPP.
The core potential of the blockchain depends on the characteristics of the distributed database and how it can help to improve transparency, safety and efficiency.
Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business and Princeton University’s Center on Contemporary China and The Julis-Rabinowitz Center for Public Policy and Finance invite you to broaden your perspectives on the world’s most important bilateral relationship of the century.
The Center for Customer Information Management at CKGSB and the China India Insights Program (CIIP) of the Center for Customer Insights at the Yale School of Management are co-organizing the ninth annual China India Insights conference on September 28-30, 2017. The conference will be held at CKGSB’s New York office.
Join us for an engaging discussion with industry experts and Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business and Yale School of Management scholars on the fresh digital strategies emerging from China and India during this opening event of the ninth annual China India Insights Conference.
A CKGSB Knowledge Series Event in Partnership with UC Berkeley Sutardja Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology