EY Strategic Growth Forum™

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EY - Capturing the China opportunity

Capturing the China opportunity

Three leading business figures exchanged their views yesterday on the vast opportunities China offers to investors.


EY - Five steps to sustainable growth

Five steps to sustainable growth

Jiang Jianqing, Chairman of the Board of Directors, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China Limited, shared his recipe for a long-lasting business.


EY - Navigating Global Markets: challenges and opportunities

Navigating Global Markets: challenges and opportunities

Organizations in China and across the world are increasingly moving beyond borders to cultivate markets overseas, pursuing growth through exports, partnerships, acquisitions or by developing local presence.


EY - Panel: Growth through private equity and venture capital

Panel: Growth through private equity and venture capital

Like entering a marriage, you want your relationship with private equity to result in a happy union, so how do you make sure your partnership works?


EY - Talent – developing leaders in emerging markets

Talent – developing leaders in emerging markets

How do you make a local business leader a global one?
That question sparked a lively discussion today on leadership development in emerging markets. The panel featured leaders from Bayer, GE, Lenovo and Walmart.


EY - What’s supercharging the cleantech industry?

What’s supercharging the cleantech industry?

To achieve sustainable growth, cleantech companies need to find partners who have the same vision at different parts of the value chain.


EY - Navigating China – opportunities and challenges

Navigating China – opportunities and challenges

As the fastest growing economy in the world, China offers ample opportunities to foreign companies with cross-border ambitions. The emerging middle class makes the opportunity so large that there is really a piece of the pie for everyone.


EY - Entrepreneurship – success factors in China

Entrepreneurship – success factors in China

Leading entrepreneurs and investment experts from the high-tech, new energy and service sectors shared their insights and experience on the importance of access to funding and capital markets, as well as enterprise development, entrepreneurship and strategies and issues to consider for expanding into the Chinese market.


EY - Innovating the Future: Staying ahead of the competition

Innovating the Future: Staying ahead of the competition

Innovation has driven the growth of companies for many decades and is highly valued by businesses - 86% of our audience agreed. However, there is a fine balance between too much innovation and not enough.


EY - Panel: IPO under more globalized environment

Panel: IPO under more globalized environment

China is bursting with companies that want to raise capital. Many are choosing to list their shares in Hong Kong or overseas, and foreign investors have an appetite to match.


EY - Building a global brand

Building a global brand

When it comes to building a global brand, there are some universally applicable strategies. Read more in this session highlight.


EY - Family Business - built to last

Family Business - built to last

Family businesses remain robust in the face of adversity and succeed by operating via a management style which is focused on long-term vision and investment. But what makes a family business that is truly “built to last”?


EY - Growth through digital platforms

Growth through digital platforms

The world has been profoundly changed by digitization. Digital platforms are the superhighways by which businesses can reach consumers more than ever before.


EY - Panel: Transactions in China

Panel: Transactions in China

With so much data showing us that a vast majority of deals fail, find out what our panel think the key ingredients for the “right” deals in China.


EY - Getting governance right for growth

Getting governance right for growth

Organizations need to protect investor confidence. How can businesses get governance right in order to attract and retain investors?