Top East Asian Industry Leaders to Gather at Cheung Kong GSB Sanya Forum 2008
December 29, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Education NewsBeijing, December 29, 2007 - Top business leaders including Nobuyuki Idei, Jack Ma, and Stephen Roach, will discuss China’s globalization challenge in the context of East Asian success at the Cheung Kong GSB Sanya Forum, January 13, 2008, at the Sanya Sheraton.
“The Sanya Forum is quickly establishing itself as one of the preeminent gatherings of business leaders in the region,” said Cheung Kong GSB Dean Xiang Bing. “We bring together leading CEOs and academics to explore and debate how best to integrate the China play into the global play.”
Over 1,000 Cheung Kong GSB Alumni and top Chinese entrepreneurs will join the Forum to dialogue concerning East Asia: Patterns of Development, highlighting success stories from Japan, Korea, and China with key speakers and Cheung Kong GSB alumni including CNOOC CEO Fu Chengyu, Focus Media Chairman Jack Ma, and Focus Media Chairman Jason Jiang.
Morgan Stanley Asia Chairman Stephen Roach will offer a keynote speech on “China Global Challenge”. Fortune Asia Editor Clay Chandler will then moderate a panel on East Asian entrepreneurs in the Internet Age, followed by Atlantic Monthly Correspondent James Fallows moderating a panel on Globalization, and how East Asian companies are creating truly global business culture.
The Sanya Forum is organized by the Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business. For more information please visit the Forum website: http://www.ckgsb.edu.cn/sanya2008/
Attendance at the Sanya Forum is by invitation only. For more information please contact Heather Mowbray: email@example.com
About Cheung Kong GSB: Founded in Beijing in November 2002 by Asia’s most successful entrepreneur Mr. Li Ka-shing, Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business is China’s first private, non-profit, and independent business school. The Cheung Kong GSB mission is to generate world-class insight on management theory and practice, and to develop world-class business leaders for China and beyond. Headquartered in Beijing with campuses in Shanghai and Guangzhou, Cheung Kong GSB offers MBA, EMBA, and Executive Development Programs. www.ckgsb.edu.cn