Two schools aim to train rising professionals in innovation and entrepreneurship by announcing a unique hub for training and educating a new breed of industry and business professionals in exciting new partnership.
Professor Zhang Weining and CKGSB’s alumni will take to the stage at this year’s Asian Leadership Conference, Korea’s premier international conference, with Korean newspaper Chosun Ilbo previewing their sessions at the conference.
Here is an opportunity to build master strategies for sustaining and globalizing your family’s business over generations, while building a pre-eminent international network. Participants will be immersed in cross-cultural and experiential modules in both the US and China, and learn from the experiences of family business owners and executives from both leading Chinese and US companies.
Japan’s Nikkei newspaper has quoted CKGSB Founding Dean Xiang Bing in a recent editorial on the state of the Chinese economy, and how China’s fate is important for the entire world.
In an interview with the Chief Editor of Japan’s Weekly Economist magazine, CKGSB Dean Xiang Bing discusses China’s growth prospects, how the country can contribute can best contribute on the world stage and CKGSB’s future plans.
CKGSB’s annual tradition continues as its MBA students are paired up for mentoring sessions with some of the world’s top business leaders.
CKGSB has been recognized at the inaugural China CSR Awards by both the American and British Chambers of Commerce in China for its overall contributions to social innovation. Judges commented on the high level of entries from organizations which included Coca-Cola, Starbucks, PricewaterCoopers, IBM, Standard Chartered and the NBA.
CKGSB Finance Department Chair Henry Cao guided an incisive exploration of current trends in business and finance in China as panel moderator at the Global China Connection Summit 2016 at the TPK Conference Center in Midtown Manhattan.
CKGSB’s Chair Professor Li Haitao analyzed why a foreign exchange crisis is unlikely to happen in China in an article in popular Korean newspaper Chosun Ilbo. Instead, he noted that economic fundamentals should be improved to overcome existing problems.
CKGSB Professor of Finance Gan Jie’s latest quarterly survey on China’s industrial economy was cited in all three of The Wall Street Journal’s daily editions, Canada’s Globe and Mail and an array of Chinese-language outlets.
As the Chinese economy slows, consumers’ spending priorities change and markets saturate, it becomes more important than ever for companies to rethink their strategies and innovate. It is against this backdrop that WPP organized the BrandZ Top 100 Most Valuable Chinese Brands forums in Beijing and Shanghai, on March 21 and 24 respectively, in partnership with the Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB).
CKGSB is widely known for having the most powerful alumni network in China and many of the school’s EMBA alumni played an active role in the recently concluded ‘Lianghui’ parliamentary sessions. Find out what they had to say about topics including agriculture, e-commerce, Internet monopolies, recycling, financial reforms and entrepreneurship.