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Jeffrey Towson, Peking University professor and eminent expert on China´s business development, will be based in Brazil in April and May of 2017. Most of his time he will spend in Rio de Janeiro. After that he will return to Asia.
Jeffrey Towson, Peking University business professor, best-selling author and expert on how Chinese consumers and competitors are disrupting global markets, will be visiting, will be visiting Kenya in February. Are you interested in having him as a speaker in Kenya or surrounding countries, do get in touch, so we can figure out whether your meeting might fit into his schedule.
Jeffrey Towson, Peking University business professor, best-selling author and expert on how Chinese consumers and competitors are disrupting global markets, will be visiting Latin America in the second week of December. Are you interested in having him as a speaker? Get in touch, so we can figure out whether your meeting might fit into his schedule.
Failing foreign companies are all too common in China. Peking University business professor Jeffrey Towson dives into two specific cases, trying to learn from the mistakes by Expedia and Morgan Stanley, at his LinkedIn page.
In July 2014 China banned government officials and SOE-executives from joining high-fee business schools to avoid colluding between officials and private entrepreneurs. WSJ wealth editor Wei Gu assesses the damage for the schools with Robert Yu of GMAC (in charge of GMAT) and discusses how business school can adjust their strategy.
Author Joel Backaler of China Goes West: Everything You Need to Know About Chinese Companies Going Global just returned from a book tour in China. On his website he summarizes a few observations, for example the fears of Chinese companies going global.
Annette Nijs, CEIBS Executive Director Global Initiative, was among the five presenters, was among five experts explaining president Xi Jinping at his visit at CEIBS how China can attract foreigners and innovation to the country.
Innovation is no stranger in China, as CEO’s of Baidu, Tencent, Haier, Alibaba and Huawei show. But it is only a handful, argues IMD professor and leading author on innovation Bill Fischer in the Harvard Business Review. There is not a innovative culture, although Haier offers hope.