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Saturday, October 17, 2020

CEIBS MBA Exclusive Lecture and MBA Info Session - Shanghai

How can Managers in China win the High-Tech Race? Insights from Silicon Valley and Germany​

Chinese high-tech companies are racing to become global leaders in key technologies, ranging from fifth generation wireless networks and artificial intelligence (AI) to automated factories and autonomous driving. Beijing’s commitment to spend more than one trillion dollars on key technologies over the next five years has energized this frenzied race.​

Money helps, but it’s not everything. The structure of the innovation ecosystem in which the company is located is also, if not more, critical. There are two main types – those which promote disruptive innovations, like Silicon Valley, and those which encourage incremental innovations, as in Germany.​

As managers in China rush to transform their high-tech start-ups into global tech leaders, where should they look for inspiration? Silicon Valley stars such as Google and Apple or Germany’s Mittelstand (small and medium-sized firms) champions, such as Bausch + Ströbel? The answer may surprise you, and we will explore this along with much more in this exclusive lecture.​

Date & Time: Saturday, October 17, 2020 at 13:00-16:30
Venue: CEIBS Shanghai Campus, 699 Hongfeng Road, Pudong
Language: English

Agenda

13:00-13:45  Registration
13:45-14:00  MBA Programme introduction
14:00-15:30  Lecture by CEIBS MBA Professor Richard Carney
15:30-16:00  Alumni Panel
16:00-16:30  Campus tour if possible

Contact: Please call at 021-2890555 or add our wechat (ID: CEIBSMBAadmissions2)​

(Please note CEIBS reserves the right to any change of this event based on the COVID-19 situation)

Thank you for your interest in attending our exclusive lecture. We are now at full capacity for the campus lecture room and have now closed registrations for offline attendance. We will stream this lecture via live broadcast simultaneously. The link will be shared before the event, so we encourage you to join us online.

Please click here to register!