1994: Inauguration of CEIBS in Shanghai
1995: Opening of first full-time MBA and EMBA classes
1996: Mainland China's first endowed chair received
1997: Ground breaking for the main campus in Pudong, Shanghai
October 4, 2019. Paris – The CEIBS Insights 5th Europe Forum 2019 China-France Investment Dialogue, co-organised by CEIBS, the Committee of Exchanges Between France and China (CEFC) of CCI Paris Ile-de-France, and the Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry in France (CCICF), was held today at the Hôtel Potocki in Paris on the theme of Consumption Upgrade: A New Opportunity for China-France Economic Co-operation.
October 03, 2019. London – Around 250 scholars, entrepreneurs and senior executives from China and the UK shared their views on new openings in the Chinese market for British firms, at the CEIBS Insights UK Forum in London.
CEIBS leaders and professors also joined in the discussions at the event, entitled “China’s Consumption Upgrade: New Opportunities for UK.”
The discussions took place against the backdrop of China’s ongoing evolution from “the factory of the world” to “the market of the world”, and the opportunities created by this transformation as the country’s population of 1.4 billion grows more affluent, and more aspirational.
August 5, 2019. Shanghai/Beijing/Shenzhen/Zurich/Accra – On November 8, CEIBS will formally celebrate its 25th anniversary. Looking back, we have discovered many stories which have not only helped us recall the numerous lessons learned along the way, but which also serve as valuable examples for future generations. On this special occasion, we thank you for playing an important part in CEIBS' first quarter-century and invite you to participate in a special campaign called the CEIBS Storybook Project.
As part of this project, we invite all CEIBS alumni, students and members of the CEIBS community to share with us your memories and feelings about CEIBS in one (or both) of the following ways...
July 12, 2019. Brussels – The CEIBS Insights 2019 Europe Forum series made its latest stop in Brussels today for a special roundtable workshop on the theme of The 4th Industrial Revolution: Opportunities and Challenges for Europe and China. The event, co-hosted by European economic think tank Bruegel, brought together nearly 100 representatives from CEIBS, the European Commission, the Mission of the People’s Republic of China to the European Union, and the EFMD, among others, for discussions exploring how China and Europe can balance policy and market forces to achieve sustainable technological innovation, how SMEs in both regions can leverage opportunities to expand into overseas markets, and how both sides can work together to improve bilateral cooperation.
July 5, 2019. Munich – China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) returned to the spectacular BMW Welt venue in Munich today for the latest instalment of the CEIBS Insights 5th Europe Forum 2019. The event, co-organised with Chinese Chamber of Commerce in Germany (CHKD), attracted approximately 300 participants and is part of CEIBS’ continued efforts to serve as a platform for dialogue and exchange between the Chinese, European and international business communities. This year’s Munich Forum coincides with the school’s on-going CEIBS 25th Anniversary Celebration and featured an array of talks and panel discussions around the theme of Fresh Impetus for China-Germany Cooperation: Consumption Upgrading and Technological Revolution.
CHKD President and ICBC Frankfurt Branch General Manager Zheng Donglin
Commercial Minister-Counsellor for the Embassy of the People's Republic of China to Germany H.E. Weidong Wang
EFMD CEO and
MIT Professor of Physics
CEIBS Professor of Operations and Supply Chain Management Xiande Zhao
Northwestern University’s Director of CS Plus X Initiative Kristian J. Hammond
CEIBS President (European)
CEIBS Honorary Professor