To launch the Sir Tom Hunter Scholarship for 2014, CKGSB Europe will hold a special information session and reception on Wednesday, December 11th at the Intercontinental Hotel Park Lane in London. The launch event will feature a special discussion led by Sir Tom Hunter on his vision of global entrepreneurship and the scholarship program and an introduction to Chinese business and the CKGSB MBA program by Professor Li Haitao, Associate Dean of the CKGSB MBA program and Chair Professor of Finance.
Experience how a top MBA in China can take your career further in a special 4-hour event in Hong Kong. Explore the unique China insight CKGSB has to offer in a sample MBA class. Connect with CKGSB alumni as they share the impact the CKGSB MBA has had on their professional development.
Learn how CKGSB can accelerate your career at CKGSB MBA’s Info-Session and Alumni Sharing on Dec. 5th in Shanghai. Join CKGSB’s MBA Associate Dean, Associate Director, and alumni as they share in-depth, critical information that will help you prepare for your future during this special 1.5 hour event. Topics to be covered include:
CKGSB is pleased to support the Economist’s China Summit on December 5, 2013, in Beijing. Chaired by John Micklethwait, Editor-in-chief, and moderated by six editors of The Economist, China Summit 2013 will bring together business leaders, policymakers, academics and observers who wish to discuss, debate and learn about the opportunities and challenges of doing business in China.
Learn how CKGSB can accelerate your career at CKGSB MBA’s Info-Session and Alumni Sharing on Dec. 3th in Beijing. Join CKGSB’s MBA Associate Dean, Associate Director, and alumni as they share in-depth, critical information that will help you prepare for your future during this special 1.5 hour event.
Co-organized by CKGSB and KPMG, this breakfast meeting will shed light on the details and implications of the Shanghai Free Trade Zone. The meeting will feature insights by experts in finance, accounting and tax affairs, who have experience, relevant connections and a deep understanding of this key area.
The CKGSB MBA program will celebrate its 10th anniversary on Saturday, November 23, at the Ancestral Temple in Beijing. Bringing together CKGSB MBA alumni and business leaders from across China, the celebration will applaud the achievements of the past decade and look forward to tomorrow’s success with a special anniversary forum featuring guest speakers from the forefront of Chinese business and education.
Innovative online companies are reaping huge rewards by creating business ecosystems that expand beyond the traditional boundaries of a firm. Apple’s famous ecosystem that combines hardware (IPod), software (ITunes), and service (ITunes marketplace), Facebook’s developer-consumer-advertiser ecosystem, and the seller-buyer-service vendor ecosystem of Taobao are just a few notable examples. How to monetize as well as grow a successful ecosystem has become a critical question for companies. For start-ups, what are the opportunities presented by an expanding ecosystem? Based on cutting edge research, Prof. Zhang Kaifu’s lecture will dig deep to understand the online marketplace and uncover the key aspects for ecosystem strategy.
Discover how China’s leading 14-month MBA program can take your future further during a casual conversation over coffee. Join CKGSB’s admission manager and alumni to discuss your opportunities.
CKGSB has won three awards that highlight its outstanding contributions to philanthropy in China. Professors Yan Aimin and Juliet Zhu were named China CSR Person of the Year and China Philanthropist of the Year, respectively, while CKGSB was given the China Philanthropic Enterprise of the Year award. All honors were handed out at the annual award ceremony of the China Philanthropy Times, a well-respected philanthropic journal, published under China’s Ministry of Public Affairs.
Explore the world of social media in China at a special CKGSB lecture in New York on Nov. 13th. China’s population is connecting and communicating like never before with the explosive growth of social media but the majority of the world knows little about China’s “Facebooks” and “Twitters”. Chinese firms, such as Sina, Tencent, and Tuduo, have moved from being imitators to innovators and a host of new strategies are being developed to utilize these unique tools effectively. Join Prof. Sun Baohong, CKGSB Dean’s Distinguished Chair Professor of Marketing and Associate Dean of Global Programs, to take an in depth look at this exciting subject and experience the unsurpassed insight that makes the CKGSB MBA the world-class MBA program for Chinese business.
The Chinese dream and the American dream: Common perspectives, consumer expectations and economic outlook.