At a recent lecture to students of CKGSB’s China-Korea EMBA, Professor Li Xiaoyang discussed notable changes within the Chinese market. His talk, which was featured in a seven-page spread in premium Korean business magazine Dong-A Business Review, highlighted the fact that modern China is going through notable changes with regards to its economy, but noted that such a transition may create new opportunities for companies.
UK-based business school media hub BusinessBecause highlights the opportunities available for UK entrepreneurs in China – and how CKGSB is best placed to help them on that journey – featuring quotes from Dean Xiang Bing, Assistant Dean Ji Bo and MBA alumnus Rory Bate-Williams, who recently represented the school at the Merit Summit in Barcelona.
CKGSB Professor of Economics Li Wei talks to the Financial Times about the growing trend of listed Chinese companies from the auto, industrial, chemical and manufacturing sectors switching tack and investing in entertainment, pharma and gaming – often through overseas takeovers – in a bid to capitalize on changing newly-surging sectors and turn around failing business models.
After CKGSB Dean Xiang Bing delivered the keynote speech at the recent China-Korea CEO Forum in Seoul, the Dong-A Business Review, a renowned premium business magazine, featured Dean Xiang’s speech though an eight-page feature spread, highlighting his insights on the world’s current transformation as well as his observation that China and South Korea should be among those taking the lead in searching for problems and suggesting solutions.
Kim Han-Kyun, CEO of Costory, shared his insights on entrepreneurship to Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB) students and alumni through ‘CKGSB TALK.’ Throughout his lecture, he drew on his own experiences to encourage fellow entrepreneurs to be courageous in their entrepreneurial journeys. He noted that there is no success or failure for entrepreneurs, and mistakes will become the foundation for further growth.
Dean Xiang Bing of Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business shared his insights on the state and prospects of the global and Chinese economies. Throughout the article, he noted that China should pursue economic growth while mitigating income disparity, following Japan’s case in the 1970s-80s. Moreover, Dean Xiang expects the growing start-ups of China to be the country’s future growth engine, in which other countries can also take part.
The China Daily newspaper profiles CKGSB’s China Start program, designed to give European entrepreneurs a weeklong crash course on Chinese startup opportunities, including the chance to pitch to successful Chinese investors in Shanghai and Shenzhen.
In the latest instalment of its Going Global series, China Daily highlights CKGSB’s European expansion, talking in depth to Dean Xiang Bing about how far the school has come – and where it is going.
CKGSB MBA graduate and current CKGSB Chuang student Cindy Mi has been the subject of plenty of media coverage in recent weeks, as her online educational business VIPKid continues to thrive amid a flurry of high-profile investments.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has written to the CKGSB Canadian Alumni Association to mark the appointment of several new board members, one of several high-profile messages that the group received ahead of last week’s ceremony.
Former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger features at CKGSB Knowledge Series Event in New York just days after meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping in Beijing. In the context of the ongoing US presidential transition and Kissinger’s recent visit to China, CKGSB’s event served as a timely and pertinent platform to shed light on this critical moment in the history of US-China relations.
CKGSB Professor Zhang Weining told the Aju Business Daily, Korea’s renowned business daily, that China needs an updated legal system in order for the sharing economy—one of the most thriving parts of China’s economy—to fully mature.