After 2 years in pandemic, now many businesses has found a way to survive and slowly rise. Now, companies are not only becoming stronger, but also start to find a way to grow their business through collaboration, expanding into new markets, revamping old business models, developing new products and exploring strategies to stay sustainable.
China is a country that cannot be overlooked when expanding globally. China has been the second-largest economy by nominal GDP, it has a wide range of industries, growing middle-class market, and increased spending power. Chinese consumer spending is expected to triple over the next few years as it tranisions from an investment-heavy economy to a consumer-driven economy. China is also elevating its position in international trade from an agriculture-based economy to a tech-driven.
In spite of economies worldwide struggling after the Covid-19 pandemic, China is one of a few countries that has fully recovered from the pandemic. China's 14th Five-Year Plan announced that improving business environments and opening up for foreign businesses should also be a top consideration for business leaders looking to expand into china.
On the other hand, Chinese foreign direct investment in Indonesia, including flows from Hong Kong, rose 11% to $8.4 billion last year, according to the Indonesian Investment Coordinating Board, the relationship between Indonesia and China is expected to grow in the future amid RCEP will play a large role in promoting economic and trade relation between Indonesia and China. Understanding Chinese business context and culture become increasingly important to grow your business together with Chinese partners.
However, doing business in China and with China, is not always easy. This is where prasmul-eli and Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business from China can help. Our program will guide you through your most strategic decisions and put you in touch with the right partners.
1. Sun Baohong
Dean's Distingushed Chair Professor of Marketing
Associate Dean for CKGSB Americas
Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (China)
Professor SUN was formerly the Carnegie Bosch Professor of Marketing at the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University. She serves on the editorial boards of the Journal of Marketing Research Marketing Science and the Journal of Marketing. Her extensive consulting experience includes work with major corporations such as Bosch, John Deere, I BM and WPP. An active contributor to media discussions on current business issues, Professor SUN's research has been cited in The Economist, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Time and Bloomberg, among others.
2. Liky Sutikno
Chairman of Indonesia Chamber of Commerce in China (INACHAM)
Mr. Sutikno has over 20 years of Supply Chain Management, Manufacturing, Corporate Strategy, Merger Acquisition and Investment. He has broad experience working in multi-cultural team in multiple locations in the USA, Europe, and Asia. He is also a board member of several companies in the USA and Asia, including a medical company listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. He has also been involved in numerous deals between Indonesia and China as part of his role as the Chairman of Indonesia Chamber of Commerce in China (INACHAM).
3. Tao Zhigang
Professor of Strategy and Economics Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (China)
Zhigang TAO taught at University of Hong Kong from 1998 to 2021 and at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology from 1992 to 1998. Professor TAO received his B.Sc. in management science from Fudan University in 1986 and PhD in economics from Princeton University in 1992. He has published in various economics and management journals, and his work has been widely cited.
4. Mr.On Lee
CEO and CTO of GDP Labs and CTO of GDP Venture
Mr. ON Lee has over 30 years of experience in technology. He has built teams in the United States, Indonesia, China, and India and is a board member of several AI start-up companies. He returned to Indonesia in 2011 and in the span of 10 years, he managed to grop GDP Venture and built GDP Labs from scratch, based on the best practice he learned from overseas. Meanwhile, he previously served as the CEO & CTO of Kaskus, the largest Indonesian online community forum.
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24 February 2022
08:40 - 17:20 WIB
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