In this issue
Season's Greetings from China Centre
Double Awards Won at China Outstanding Educators and Education Award Ceremony
Manchester Business School Wins Most Influential MBA Award 2016
China Centre wins Linkedin Award - Best Marketing Effect 2016
Manchester Business School receives “Most Influential MBA Brand in China 2016”
The University of Manchester China Centre Inauguration Ceremony
The Official Establishment of the University of Manchester Alumni Association Shanghai
China Centre Supports British Business Awards
Automobile Industry Talk with Alumni
Renmin - Manchester Global MBA Introductory Session
Online Webinar on Marketing
International Business by Prof. Charles Schell
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management by Dr. Leigh Wharton
Viral Marketing Lecture by Prof. Elaine Ferneley
Supply Chain Management by Dr. Antony Potter
Operations Management by Mr. Paul Taaffe
B2B Marketing by Prof. Peter Naudé
Alumni sharing on Complex Sales Strategy and Practice
Alumnus speaks on Mid-Age Career Development
In Conversation with Professor Khalid Nadvi
Global Careers Manager Ruth Mountain talk in Shanghai
MBA Alumnus Damir Kazykhanov talked on Global Innovation at China Centre
First UoM China Women in Leadership Forum on female Entrepreneurship
UoM Beijing Alumni Gathering – Celebration of Inauguration of UoM China Centre
China Centre alumni healthcare club industry sharing
In Conversation with Stuart Hyde at China Centre
Dr. Phil Galvin visited China Centre and met with alumni
Breakfast Networking Session
MBS Alumni Autumn Networking Reception
Leadership Forum - Session 4
Tips for Start-ups on Fundraising and Valuation
Decoding Innovation from Israel
Professor Stuart Hyde, Deputy Head at Alliance Manchester Business School speak to Shanghai Daily on Innovation
Prof. Elaine Ferneley, Global & MBA Director interviewed by Tecent
Sherry Fu talks about Manchester MBA as a truly Global programme for international talents
Dorothy Huang joined the team as Student Support Officer
Events in Centre
MBA Alumnus Damir Kazykhanov talked on Global Innovation at China Centre

Damir opened by introducing himself and his own background. Damir used to be a banker, working decently in a leading financial institution in Russia. However, he felt more and more strongly his passion and dreams unfulfilled. It didn’t take him too much time making decision of studying in Manchester Business School. The study broadened his perspective and equipped him with a practical tool to explore the new world. He felt his dream no longer just floating in the air, and began his adventures ambitiously. He tried different businesses until he decided a more meaningful work on global innovation. He was endeavored to contributing to nurture startups by tutoring, and other softlanding programs and facilities.

During the session, he talked about how startup founder can find a sustainable and profitable business model or create a valuable product on a global arena. He introduced the concept of “3 Master” to explain how to sell the great ideas at the fair value and get benefits from your entrepreneurial creativity and inspiration. He hoped that he would be able to contribute to wider alumni on entrepreneurship and innovation. He encouraged our alumni who are planning to or have already started up to think globally because the competition doesn’t know boundaries anymore. Due to the growth of foreign investment that opens the channels to local regions, “know how” and technologies become more transferable. Nowadays only entrepreneurs who are able to think globally about their venture can attract investment and attention from mass media.

He also invited a young entrepreneur who’d joined their softlanding program to share with all alumni his experiences of starting up and how important to think globally. The event was joined by good number of alumni esp. in the evening, and received supports from China Centre Innovation Startup Club and Healthcare Club. 

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