CKGSB Finance Professor Gan Jie headlines the CKGSB Session at the Asian Leadership Conference (ALC), one of Asia’s most prestigious conferences, where she will highlight some trends in the Chinese stock market and point out some attractive investment possibilities.
Susan Stupin and Ted Gamble, Principals and Co-Founders of The Prescott Group, will discuss current trends affecting the robust US commercial real estate market from an experienced investor’s perspective. Offering specific observations relevant to Asian investors, they will highlight developments in the investment and capital markets that are shaping the real estate marketplace today and share their thoughts on strategies for successful investment.
Chinese brands have come a long way in recent years, but still trail their foreign counterparts when it comes to creating a brand image as well as their ability to set trends. CKGSB will host a high-level forum with senior industry participants to discuss the main issues currently facing Chinese brands.
Xiang Bing, Founding Dean of CKGSB and Professor of China Business and Globalization, will discuss the new models and strategies that Chinese companies have adopted in the context of globalization. He will also offer an in-depth analysis of China’s new business models, the prevailing myths and realities that characterize China, before ending with a look at how this impacts Latin American growth in/with China.
In ancient China there was a period known as the Age of the Warring States, with great conflict and uncertainty as seven states fought for survival and to reign supreme. It was during this time that there arose an insightful general, known to us as Sun Tzu. His ability to win victories for his warlord gained him tremendous fame and power.
China launched a new urbanization program for 2014–2020. It is intended to benefit China’s social and economic development by focusing on integrated urban and rural development, creating city clusters and promoting sustainable urban development. However, the design and implementation of the new urbanization program may also bring new social and economic problems, such as widening the gap in urban development between different regions in China, leading to the formation of a new urban poor class. To minimize negative effects of the new policy, Professor Hu Biliang suggests ways to deal with the relationships between the market and government and between economic and social development in the process of urbanization. The key is to allow the market to determine the flows of capital, land and people in the process of urbanization to achieve sustainable urban development.
On Saturday March 28th 2015, students in Wuhan will have the opportunity to interact with our professors and admissions team to learn more about the English-language MBA program. During the event, our world-class faculty will discuss their latest research and case studies, and give advice about the career development of a young professional in China. Faculty in attendance will include Professor of Marketing Li Yang, whose research focuses on big data marketing analytics, with an emphasis on pricing, consumer choice and competitive strategy. Prof Li earned his doctorate at Columbia University. He has previously worked for the United Nations in New York and has consulted for Tencent and Baidu, among others.
Learn more about the ground breaking iLEAD leadership development & networking program. iLEAD immerses next-gen leaders, entrepreneurs and wealth creators in real world applications to prepare them to successfully tackle tomorrow’s global business challenges and foster the global transfer of values and knowledge.
CKGSB New York is about to launch its first Knowledge Series Event – an interactive panel to discover the consumer habits, international branding techniques and best strategies to penetrate both the US and Chinese markets. We welcome you to interact personally with four of the leading minds in marketing and business today in an insightful and thought-provoking panel conversation on three critical business challenges in one extraordinary evening.
Understanding China’s economy is more important than ever, but is becoming increasingly difficult, especially given the questionable reliability of official data. CKGSB Professor Gan Jie’s sheds light on how the industrial sector is coping and what types of reforms are needed, and previews what lies in store for China’s economy over the months ahead.
Do You Want To Sustain Your Business Into The Next Generation? Do You Want To Expand Your Global Business Network? Entrepreneurship is more than just starting your business, it is also the key to sustaining your business.
China’s venture investments and IPOs rebounded spectacularly in 2014. Several new Internet companies became giant players with market valuations worth billions of dollars. Will investments and valuations continue to heat up in 2015? Which business sectors look most promising? To what extent will China’s moderated growth affect startups? These are just some of the questions that will be tackled by industry expert Chuan Thor at a special event at CKGSB’s Beijing campus.