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Bond Entrepreneurship and Family Business program featured at roundtable event in Asia

Bond University Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship and Family Business, Dr Justin Craig, was one of a select few invited by the Centre for Asian Family Business and Entrepreneurship Studies to the HKUST Asian Entrepreneurship Roundtable held in Hong Kong on March 1.

The invitational event brought together world renowned academic researchers in the field of entrepreneurship and regional practitioners to create an opportunity for better understanding and to explore new subjects of entrepreneurship research. The event was a great opportunity for the participants to learn from each other and to compare solutions and challenges with people from different cultures.

Dr Craig shared Bond University’s distinctive approach to entrepreneurship research and pedagogy with scholars from universities including Texas A&M, Johns Hopkins, Rice, Erasmus, Concordia, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology and Chinese University of Hong Kong, among others.

Notable entrepreneurs from companies including DHL International, Crown Worldwide Group, Lee Kum Kee, Alibaba Group, Orient Overseas Container Line, Cathay Capital, Perception Digital and China Resources Enterprises also shared their experiences and knowledge at the roundtable.

Involvement in invitational events such as this highlights that the work undertaken by the Bond Business School Entrepreneurship and Family Business group is highly regarded by discerning judges on the international stage.

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