With bilateral trade between China and Japan topping US$340 billion in 2014 and Japan investing more than US$100 billion in China last year, it is more crucial than ever that these two Asian powerhouses can work closely together. Join an impressive line-up of executives from China and Japan to hear where the best opportunities for growth exist and how the two partners can cooperate for greater success.

The nature of business-to-business buying is shifting rapidly. Are you shifting with it? Join us as Ruth P. Stevens, President of eMarketing Strategy, shares her insights at CKGSB's New York Office on key B2B topics, including: Who is making today's industrial purchases? Where are business buyers finding product information? What is the most effective approach to B2B marketing? How good is your "data hygiene”?

As part of the Australian Chamber’s recently established E-commerce & Retail Working Group, and the Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business’ (CKGSB) strong education and research focus on the e-commerce industry, the two institutions are proud to bring to you this event on the opportunities and best practices of e-commerce in China. 

Forbes Korea, South Korea’s one of the most widely-read business magazines, featured an article in its March issue that introduces various programs and unrivalled alumni network of Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB). The article also illustrated the school’s representative alumni and courses they had attended. In particular, the article introduced detailed information on CKGSB’s MBA course, which provides ample opportunities to expand business network and learn core business knowledge.

China’s outbound foreign direct investment reached $116 billion in 2014, an increase of 15.5 percent from 2013, making China a net capital exporter for the first time ever. Among China’s investments in Europe, the UK continues to be the most attractive destination. In 2014, the UK gained $5.1 billion of Chinese investment, close to 30% of Europe’s total. 

CKGSB partners with South China Morning Post on their upcoming China Conference around Chinese companies’ globalization.

CKGSB’s alumni affairs department has launched a WeChat mini-app to support the communication across the entire CKGSB community, for MBA alums as well as other degree programs such as EMBA and FMBA alums.

CKGSB Professor of Marketing Juliet Zhu heads an impressive line-up of speakers from leading global and Chinese companies who will convene to discuss China’s new digital economy, with big data and the government’s Internet+ strategy revolutionizing the industry.

Join us for a special invitation-only roundtable discussion with Yan Xuan, President of Nielsen Greater China. As a top leader of the world's first and foremost big data company, Yan will share his insights into the diversity of the Chinese consumer and media markets as well as his experiences working and doing business in China. Participants will have a unique opportunity to ask questions and engage in a dialogue with Yan during this interactive and intimate gathering at CKGSB's New York office.

CKGSB is a network partner for the two-day Belong Forum, which brings together 300 participants, 35 international speakers and serves as a bridge between Chinese & European companies, with Professor of Marketing Zhu Rui set to host one of the sessions.

As the world’s largest economy in terms of purchasing power slides into its slowest annual expansion in 24 years, China’s growth is being closely watched by everyone around the world. Join CKGSB Professor Li Wei and a select panel of distinguished guests to discuss the prospects for China’s economic outlook.

CKGSB Founding Dean Xiang Bing gave a keynote address at a special Knowledge Series event held in partnership with the Hua Yuan Science and Technology Association and Asia Society Northern California in Mountain View

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