Global Leadership and Innovation Creation

for the World’s Most Well-Respected

C-suite Executives

CKGSB Americas Programs

CKGSB Americas Programs

Economic disruption & social innovation
Understand China and Discover Collaboration Opportunities
Programs:
Past and Possible Partners:
  • Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs
  • Princeton University
Asia Immersion
Learn from and Work with Chinese Innovation Titans
Programs:
Past and Possible Partners:
  • WPP
  • Microsoft
Business strategy in the digital era
Past and Possible Partners:

 

Unicorns & idea breakthrough
Transform Business Models during the Industrial Revolution 4.0
Programs:
Past and Possible Partners:
  • MIT
  • UC Berkeley
Millennial Leadership
Lead the Innovation in the Global Business Landscape
Programs:
Past and Possible Partners:
  • Columbia University Business School
  • Cornell University SC Johnson School of Business
  • Princeton University

CKGSB Americas

With our China roots and global reach, CKGSB Americas, an independent non-for-profit academic institution, helps business leaders around the world on creating innovation, transforming enterprises and giving back to society.

CKGSB Americas is widely recognized for its success in preparing business leaders for doing business in China and Asia, and has served executives from North and South America for more than eight years.

About CKGSB Americas

Why CKGSB Americas?

Why CKGSB Americas?

Headquartered in New York City, CKGSB Americas has established a global platform to create and disseminate knowledge on China and Asia in an East-to-West fashion to serve Western multinational enterprises and executives in their efforts to expand globally with a focus on the complex emerging markets – China and Asia.

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News & Events

Mar 16

Chinese Retail Ecosystem and the Influence of Social Media, co-host with Berkeley SCET

About the event Retail sector has experienced both challenges and opportunities this year and is facing a long-term revolution given the changed consumer behaviors. Retailers now face two biggest challenges-consumer structural change and the emergence of innovative business models-and opportunities given by digital brand transformation. Now more than ever, retailers have to reposition and embrace innovative technologies to open the data barrier between each selling channel, in order to avoid possible customer loss, customer transfer risk and product management issues. With the largest population in the world and the vast implementation of internet and data, China’s retail sector has leapfrogged…
Event
Mar 16
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