Media Coverage by BusinessBecause: Professor networks and international immersions help MBAs at CUHK Business School in Hong Kong break into
Speaking with three young Indian alumni as they share their insights on their MBA journey with CUHK. Adil Saxena, Tejas Raval and Sagar Kalra came to Hong Kong because they see the irreversible economic growth coming to Asia and especially China. They believed that Hong Kong, as an international city and financial hubs, can offer them a lot of opportunities to learn and to develop the different skills needed to thrive in a multicultural and challenging environment.
Keiichi Fujito was previously with SECOM, the largest security firm, for over 12 years. In 2018, he took up a lead marketing role for AED (Automated Electronic Defibrillator) at Philips for the Japanese market.
Initially trained as a computer engineer, Damien has been working as a Consultant in the Financial Data and Technology Industry, responsible for solving data challenges of COOs for quite some time. He then joined a start-up from the UK which was growing rapidly with business expanding into Asia and China. As one of the core members of the company, he saw himself lacking the view on the big picture of running a business. Seeing the need to piece things together, he decided to go for an MBA.
Media Coverage by BusinessBecause: If you’re a prospective MBA with your sights set on fintech, it’s unlikely that you haven’t
CUHK MBA alumnus Kevin Li Yatong came back to campus and met with a group of mainstream Hong Kong media.
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