Dual circulation still a top priority for China's development
In 2022, as growth of the global economy slowed, consumer spending also played a diminishing role as the bedrock for the China’s economy.
How can employees’ cultural background shape innovation in the workplace?
Innovation is crucial to practically all companies as they strive to remain successful and relevant in a hyper-competitive global business landscape.


Executive Forum: Scratching Beneath the Surface to Find Certainty Amid Uncertainty
Please join us on December 8, 2022, for this CEIBS Executive Forum with Yuan Xiaolin, Senior Vice President, Asia Pacific, Volvo Car Group; President & CEO, Volvo Car Asia Pacific, who will give a…
2022-12-09 TO 2022-12-11
Beyond Borders Camp
With the global economy in flux, doing business ‘from China and with the world’ will place new pressures on what it means to be a responsible leader. Sign up via the link below to ensure you are on th…


Inspire to grow! Global EMBA 2022s gather for opening ceremony
On November 26, 90 students gathered at CEIBS’ Shanghai campus to begin their opening module and be formally inducted into the Global EMBA programme. 
Making ESG a strategic priority is key to ensuring a future-proof company
Companies will need to make environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) a key strategic priority in order to ensure both long-term business success and a sustainable and inclusive future for…


Everything you need to get the most from your MBA internship

The prospect of interning during your MBA will likely be a far cry from any internship when you were first starting out on your career path.

Putting new power into public works

The electrification of automobiles is one of the most critical sustainability trends unfolding across the world today – but the clean energy revolution is also reaching into other areas, including the carbon-intensive business of public works projects. For Olivier Brault (Global EMBA 2019), this represents a sustainable growth market not to be missed. With graduation only a few months away, we spoke to the Canadian national about how it feels to be winding down his studies as his business venture – Gamotech – is ramping up.