Learn how CKGSB can accelerate your career at CKGSB MBA’s Roundtable Session on March 15 in Hong Kong. Join CKGSB’s Admissions team and alumni to find out how you can secure a spot in our MBA program.
In the midst of an era of great disruptions, in which major changes to the economy, society, politics, technology and the environment are creating both opportunities and difficulties, where are the Chinese and global economies headed? What role will China take in the new global order? And how will the Chinese economy and reforms to try to rejuvenate it affect the global economy? Join the FT’s Associate Editor and Chief Economics Commentator Martin Wolf, IMF’s former Deputy Managing Director Zhu Min and CKGSB’s Professor of Strategic Management Teng Bingsheng to address these, and other, pertinent questions.
Join us for a networking reception for future Global Emerging Leaders (GEL) students, a select leadership development course for emerging entrepreneurs from American, Chinese and other international family enterprises offered jointly by CKGSB and the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University.
A CKGSB Knowledge Series Event in Partnership with the Hong Kong Association of New York, featuring Mr. Peter C. Fusaro, Chairman & Founder of Global Change Associates.
AmCham China and the Center for China and Globalization (CCG) host an invitation-only dinner for senior business executives to share their experiences investing in the US and hear from a top line-up of speakers, including CKGSB Professor of Economics Li Wei, on topics such as China capital controls, potential changes to US tax policies, US investment incentives and the Committee on Foreign Investment in the US (CFIUS).
Join us for a special Knowledge Series event in partnership with the Hong Kong Association of New York: an evening of networking at our Young Professional Mixer, featuring canapés and drinks, and guest speaker Anthony Mak, Director of the Hong Kong Trade Development Council.
Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business and Australia’s Victorian Government have formally announced a collaboration aimed at enhancing ties and a deeper understanding between Chinese and Australian businesses. The partnership, which kicked off with a joint workshop and panel event in Beijing, will consist of collaboration on events and executive education programs to address business opportunities and challenges of interest to Chinese and Australian executives.
Welcome the Year of the Rooster with a festive evening hosted at our New York Office!
Just us at the University Club in New York as a star-studded cast, including veteran statesman Henry Kissinger, Brookings Thornton Director Cheng Li, Ambassador Carla Hills, Committee of 100 Chairman Frank Wu and CKGSB Founding Dean Xiang Bing, discuss how leadership transitions in both the US and China will affect bilateral relations and help explain how they might alter the US-China relationship in the years to come.
CKGSB will host its annual China-Korea CEO Forum jointly with Dong-A Media Group, one of Korea’s top media groups, in Seoul. Under the heading, “A Joint Growth Strategy for China and Korea in the Era of the Creative Disruption and Innovation,” CKGSB faculty and alumni businesspeople will shed light on latest trends and best practices for operating in the China market and discuss possible collaborations with Korean businesses.
Come and join us as Airlander explains its technologies and market strategy and how China will take a leading global role in the development of this exciting type of aircraft. CEO Mr. McGlennan will also tell the story how the company was spun out of the US military and became a commercial business.
The world is changing and business needs to change with it. But in an increasingly complex and divided world, which businesses will have a future in five years? A recent study showed a staggering lack of diversity on board, with no ethnic Chinese or Asian executive directors in the FTSE 100. With this in mind, join the British Chamber's new Women in Leadership Forum to debate what a competitive board should look like in the 21st century.