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Students from the ESSEC-MANNHEIM EMBA Program Visit Wison Group

Release time:2008-07-17

On July 17, 2008, a delegation from the ESSEC-MANNHEIM Executive MBA Program visited Wison Shanghai Headquarters. The delegation consists of more than 40 EMBA students (most of which are senior management staff of international companies such as BASF) and several teachers from the CEIBS (China Europe International Business School). Apart from Wison, the delegation was also scheduled to visit Bayer China and Meters/bonwe.

Deputy general manager Mr. Ma Jian from Wison Engineering warmly welcomed the delegation. Then Wison personnel gave presentations about Wison's 10-year history, achievements, strategies of future development and Wison's distinctive office building. In the Q/A session, Mr. Ma Jian exchanged Wison's ideas with the EMBA students on issues such as business management and environmental protection. The delegation was amazed at Wison's rapid development and greatly appreciated Wison's enterprise responsibility of 'develop the technology to benefit the human-being'.

The delegation also showed great interest in Vincent J.F. Huang's solo exhibition -- 'The Last Penguim' -- in Wison's art gallery. Wison's concern for natural environment and humanity, conveyed through the exhibition, earned respect from the EMBA students.

Mannheim's long tradition of business education began in 1907 with the foundation of a municipal college of commerce. This college was the forerunner of the University of Mannheim, which was established in 1967. Mannheim Business School was founded by the university in 2005 and offers an array of MBA programs, including the ESSEC-MANNHEIM Executive MBA.

ESSEC (Ecole Superieure des Sciences Economiques et Commerciales) is an international school with European roots. Founded in 1907, it has long been one of Europe's prime institutions for management research and education. The business school is a global leader in development management training. In response to globalization, ESSEC recently places more focus on Asia and promotes cooperation programs in China, India, Japan, Korea and Singapore; In 2005 ESSEC opened a campus in Singapore: The ESSEC Asian Center.