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Wang Chaoyong: How to Embrace a New Era of Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Dressed in black-rimmed glasses, suit trousers, Wang Chaoyong, the School alumni of 1980 session, gave a lesson to graduates of School of Management. This could be regarded as the best graduation gift for them to grasp the lifeline of the time. Wang talked about six points, namely, supporting innovative entrepreneurial dream, establish life dreams, distinguishing the difference between long-term and short-term choices, finding own strengths, emphasizing on human factors and seeking for investment opportunities in innovation and entrepreneurship.
He also expressed that graduates would soon go to work that they had chosen, a much more ambitious long-term goal should also be set. Years of investment career make Wang calmer, and what he wanted to share with students was the success of insight from other successful entrepreneurs to see some regularities.
Introduction of Wang Chaoyong:
Wang Chaoyong, male, graduated from Central China University of Technology in 1984. From 1984 to 1985, studied as a postgraduate student in Management School of Tsinghua University. In 1985, he came to study in the United States and obtained a MBA degree from Rutgers University.
Wang spent his entire career in finance. After business school, he worked for an investment bank and rating service in New York City. As one of the founders of the investment bank business of Morgan Stanley in China, Wang has directly participated in and presided over overseas financing business for Ministry of Finance, Bank of China, China Oriental Airlines Incorporated, Shanghai Properties, Beijing Datang Power Generation Corporation, Beijing Enterprise Holdings Ltd., totaling several billion US dollars.
Since 1999 Wang has been fully responsible for investment and investment bank affairs of China Equity Group Inc. The company has invested in the fields of science and technology, media and financial services. It has also collected several hundred million US dollars for a dozen Chinese enterprises. In 2000 and 2001, Wang was rated as one of the 20 most active venture investors in China, and China Equity Group was also listed as one of the top ten local venture investment companies in China.

Release date: 2015-06-17

Release date:2015-06-17
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