CEIBS KNOWLEDGE

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2021-10-18
Can fashion really be sustainable?
Just how bad is the environmental impact from the fashion Industry?
2021-10-14
What can green finance do in the age of carbon neutrality?
Green finance refers to financing and investment activities that benefit the environment and further sustainable development. These benefits include the reduction of air, water and soil pollution, red…

UPCOMING EVENTS

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2021-11-02
CEIBS MBA Admissions Webinar for Europe-based Applicants
Please join CEIBS MBA Admissions for this special webinar with MBA alumni representatives from Europe.
2021-11-04
Executive Forum: From “Made in China” to “Brands from China” - How Digital Innovation Has Transformed Global Trade
Please join us for our upcoming CEIBS Executive Forum on November 4, 2021, with Ms. Cindy Tai, Vice President, Amazon, Head of Asia Global Selling, who will give a lecture on From “Made in China” to “…

NEWS

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2021-10-25
Above and beyond business success: CEIBS opens its doors to first-ever DBA cohort
Following several months of applicant interviews and screening, the CEIBS (Switzerland) Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) programme finally ushered in its first batch of students during its offi…
2021-10-18
CEIBS #2 for second straight year in FT's EMBA ranking
CEIBS’ status as a world-class business school was underlined today as its Global EMBA programme placed second in the Financial Times’ 2021 EMBA ranking. This is the second consecutive year CEIBS has…

CEIBS STORIES

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2021-10-28
Live on air: From CEIBS MBA to Bloomberg TV anchor

Alumni interview with MBA 2008’s David Ingles. Television news production is a tightly run ship. Programmes are planned meticulously down to the second, with the studio behind the camera awash with floor managers, producers and editors, all working towards the seamless broadcast of the day’s headlines.

2021-09-29
Valuing conflict as a learning tool

The colourful and profound diversity offered by the CEIBS Global EMBA experience was what first caught Baggio Song's eye when checking out prospective business schools.