• Faculty & Research

    Knowledge creation on China, from proven China experts.

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  • Faculty & Research

    Knowledge creation on China, from proven China experts.

    386
  • Faculty & Research

    Knowledge creation on China, from proven China experts.

    386

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November 20, 2015

What else can his interactive LCD screens do? Watch this spot!

November 05, 2015

Cathay Capital President explains why he invested in CEIBS’ Zurich Campus, and offers tips for Chinese firms going global

October 09, 2015

Vivian Jiang (MBA 2010) seems to be one of those people with a knack for knowing, before everyone else, where the wind is blowing in the world of business. One of the earliest online shop owners, she began selling jewellery on the Internet when eBay had just entered China and Alibaba was no more than a business plan. Watch Vivian telling her story. 

November 28, 2014

Chen Xi (EMBA 2003), President of Sanquan Foods Group: “In the past 20 plus years, Sanquan has been focused on vitalising the food industry.”

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November 28, 2014

CEIBS Dean Emeritus Rolf D Cremer looks back at CEIBS’ historic journey.

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November 28, 2014

Zeng Liqing (EMBA 2005), President of Shenzhen Decent Investment Co, Ltd: “My partners and I are dedicated to giving support to more entrepreneurs who also pursue conscientiousness, innovation and excellence.”

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November 28, 2014

Ma Shuang (MBA 2001), Founder and CEO of EasyFinance Management Consulting Co., Ltd., explains how CEIBS “radically” changed his life and how his company is working to change the lives of future CEIBS students.

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November 28, 2014

Kingdee Founder Xu Shaochun (EMBA 2002) explains the importance of passion in the business world.

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November 28, 2014

CEIBS Dean Emeritus Hellmut Schutte on the internationalisation of CEIBS… and China.

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November 28, 2014

Cai Mingpo, (EMBA 2004 & CEO 2009), Chairman of Cathay Capital Private Equity: “Now my daily task is to identify and develop excellent companies.”

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