CKGSB China Start program September 11-15th


China Start program is a 5-day immersion program, taking place in Shenzhen, Shanghai and Beijing, for start-ups and growth companies to learn, network and pitch. The programme’s purpose is to develop the connection between Europe’s best entrepreneurs and CKGSB’s prestigious and influential alumni and business network.

This program is for ambitious Start-ups and Growth companies to learn, network and pitch. It provides opportunities for entrepreneurs to capitalise lucrative Chinese market and secure substantial funding from Chinese investors as well as develop commercial partnership with China.

Some highlights of the 3rd program are the following:

Our China Start programme provides excellent opportunities for entrepreneurs to capture the lucrative Chinese market and secure substantial funding from Chinese top-tier investors and private angels. In addition, it helps western entrepreneurs to develop partnerships and provides opportunities for direct contact and networking with investors and commercial partners.

China Start allows participants to visit successful businesses, including China’s Silicon Valley in Shenzhen, Shanghai and Beijing. Participants will meet with Baidu, Tencent and Fosun Group and have multiple pitch opportunities to 30+ investors, including Silicon Valley Bank, Sequoia Capital, Fosun Group, Citic Group and more!

Combining CKGSB’s top-notch faculty’s original insights with their prestigious alumni network, participants will gain fascinating expert knowledge about China entry strategies and consumer insight, as well as build and strengthen relations with other western entrepreneurs.

More exciting news for the third edition of China Start is a partnership with China’s national broadcaster, CCTV. Participants will be interviewed by CCTV during the program and a special episode will be aired on national TV to millions of Chinese TV viewers.

The 3rd cohort of China Start program takes place in Shenzhen, Shanghai and Beijing on September 11th- 15th  2017. Click here to find more: