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Founded in 1872 by the Lyon Chamber of Commerce, emlyon business school welcomes 7,260 students, representing over 90 nationalities, and 6,200 managers in its professional development programs. The school has six campuses in France and abroad (Lyon, Saint-Étienne, Casablanca, Shanghai, Paris, Bhubaneswar), and can draw on a network of 181 international academic partners. In addition, it maintains a community of 32,000 alumni in 120 countries.
emlyon business school’s mission is to develop‘ makers,’ agents of transformation with a ﬂair for teamwork, who anticipate, link worlds, handle and cultivate ideas, and see things and take action before others. This notion of ‘maker’ reﬂects the vision of the entrepreneur endorsed by emlyon business school: a maker tries, experiments, makes mistakes, starts again, and learns as they go. emlyon business school strives to cultivate these skills in a next-generation approach that combines the production and dissemination of excellence in academic research with the creation of innovative curriculums.
CHO100, initiated by Professor Chen Chunhua, Dean of BiMBA at the National School of Development at Peking University, is a collective knowledge and wisdom sharing platform set up for the common good and supported by the National School of Development at Peking University. Together with Professor Chen, Professor Zhao Shuming of Nanjing University Business School and Professor Peng Jianfeng of the School of Labour and Human Resources at the Renmin University of China, form the senior expert panel for CHO100.