In this issue
Director's Message
GMBA Students Attend Workshops in Manchester
China Centre Celebrating 10th anniversary
Dubai Economy and Culture Talk
China Centre Meets Prospective Students in West China
International Woman's Day Afternoon Tea
Global MBA Information Session in Beijing
Jan 2018 intake Global MBA Induction
Global MBA Taster on Venture Capital & Private Equity
Global MBA Open Class on Meso-data
Global MBA Taster on Strategic Management
Global MBA Taster on Operationalising and Communicating Value
Global MBA Taster on Managerial Economics
Continue Study Club Event: China Economy
Career Development Series: Breakfast social with friends old and new
Career Development Series: Company visit to Guan Sheng Yuan Group and Alumni Mixer
Healthcare Club Event: A brief discussion on Chinese pharma market
Kids Club Event: Learn English from board games
Continue Study Club Event: Innovation-Driven Start-Ups Session Two
Alumni Career Development series: IET visit
WRSA UK Chapter Chinese New Year Party
Kids Club Event: Chinese Culture Sharing in Celebration of Spring Festival
Continue Study Club Event: Innovation-Driven Start-Ups Session One
Marketing Club Event: Omnichannel Marketing for Brand Commitment
China Centre Features in China Daily
Jan 2018 GMBA Induction features on
2018 MBA Ranking highlighted on
Events in May
Career Development Series: Company visit to Guan Sheng Yuan Group and Alumni Mixer

As part of the China Centre career development series, this company visit was organized by the University of Manchester China Centre and Shanghai Overseas Returned Scholars Association University of Manchester Alumni Association. Ms. Sherry Fu, China Centre director led the visit.

Mr. Xiaoxian Zhen, Manager in charge of innovation cooperation at the GSY Park first introduced the development and culture of the company. 

Then, the site tour began with a visit to its incubation zone where a few selected start-ups got to use the office space for free.  Two start-ups based at the GSY Group, Mingxiao Circle, which strives to promote and raise awareness of traditional Chinese culture, and Dijie Technology, which aims to invent and create products that is user-friendly, time-efficient and economically feasible, introduced themselves to the students and alumni group.

Conversations revolved around how to sustainably develop start-ups especially when funds are getting more and more difficult to acquire. With a strong business background, students and alumni applied knowledge learned in class to real life challenges the start-ups face.


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