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CKGSB Professor of Strategy Cho Dong-Sung has been awarded the Knight, First Class, of the order of the White Rose of Finland in recognition of the various contributions and meritorious service to promote cooperative exchanges between Korea and Finland.

Shanghai-based foreign media and business executives were the latest group in China to hear CKGSB Professor of Finance Gan Jie present the most recent results from her survey on China’s industrial economy, as the report’s 2015 Q3 results were made public for the first time last week.

A new book co-written by CKGSB Professor of Marketing Sun Baohong breaks new ground in an effort to help marketers effectively leverage the flood of data available through a growing array of digital and mobile devices.

A session on international partnerships at UNC-Chapel Hill hears how CKGSB’s executive-education partnerships with US graduate business schools illustrate the overall value of international collaboration as a strategy to increase global reach.

The CKGSB EMBA on China Business: A Program for Korean Leaders, jointly developed by CKGSB and Korean business school aSSIST kicked off in Seoul this week, with an opening ceremony that attracted more than 50 prominent C-suite executives, experts and artists from various fields.

The first 'CKGSB-Dong-A Ilbo China-Korea CEO Forum’ was hosted by CKGSB with Dong-A Ilbo and Channel A in Seoul gathering over 200 of business leaders from both countries. The forum provided insights on market status of China and promote business cooperation between China and Korea.

Chinese business leaders recently gathered in Paris to attend the 2015 Sino-European Entrepreneurs Summit, marking the start of CKGSB’s 2015 Global Insight Deep Dive in European Business Essence program.

Industry experts and leaders came together at CKGSB and Austcham’s recent E-Commerce Forum to learn more about how SMEs can succeed in China’s booming e-commerce market.

Ruth P. Stevens, president of eMarketing Strategy, told the CKGSB Knowledge Series presentation “How B2B Buying Has Changed and How We Need to Change With It” that marketers can play a big role in driving business-to-business (B2B) sales by forming relationships with customers as they research a company's products and services over the Internet.

Knowledge sharing between Chinese and US scholars in leading business and policy schools produces fascinating discussion as unique partnership continues to bear fruit.

A group of more than 40 Chinese CEOs from CKGSB’s CEO Executive Education Program recently enjoyed five days of teaching from leading Stanford University professors on topics including technology, artificial intelligence and big data.

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

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