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Cambridge Judge Business School Executive Education collaborate with China Baoshang Bank and the Inner Mongolia Development Research Centre to deliver Summit

Cambridge Judge Business School Executive Education is collaborating with China Baoshang Bank and the Inner Mongolia Development Research Centre to deliver the ‘Summit on the Regional Economy Development: Innovations in the Private Sector and Cultural Heritage.’

Cambridge Judge Business School Executive Education is collaborating with China Baoshang Bank and the Inner Mongolia Development Research Centre to deliver the ‘Summit on the Regional Economy Development: Innovations in the Private Sector and Cultural Heritage.’ The summit will be held on Saturday 27 July 2013 at the Shangri-La Hotel, Huhhot, Inner Mongolia.

Speakers at the summit include Professor Dame Sandra Dawson, KPMG Professor of Management at Cambridge Judge Business School, Professor Jochen Runde, Professor of Economics & Organisation and Director of the MBA Programme, Cambridge Judge Business School, Sir James Mirrlees, Nobel Prize winner for Economic Sciences, Dame Caroline Humphrey, Anthropologist and Robert Stefanowski, Chief Financial Officer of UBS Investment Bank and Fellow of Cambridge Judge Business School.

The summit aims to create a platform for disseminating latest thinking from Cambridge to the key regions in China, as well as bringing these regions’ most up-to-date profile to the world through Cambridge academics; to facilitate mutual research interests and culture exchange among academics, practitioners and public sectors; to enhance dialogues on topics relating to sustainable social and economic development; to identify unique characters of the region and enable further research collaborations between key collaborators within the regions and wider Cambridge academics and to provide key Cambridge alumni who are interested in those regions a gateway to acquire more knowledge about the region.

The summit is an invitation only event and around 500-600 senior executives and alumni are expected to attend.