The Washington SyCip Graduate School of Business (WSGSB) has successfully concluded the Global Network Week (GNW) course on Doing Business in Asia: New Opportunities and Challenges Post-Pandemic, held on June 13-17, 2022, for the Global Network students. A total of 19 students from EGADE Business School, Fudan University School of Management, Hitotsubashi University Business School, Indian Institute of Management Bangalore, Seoul National University Business School, UBC Sauder School of Business, UNSW Business School, and Yale School of Management participated in this year’s online edition of the GNW.

List of Session Topics and Speakers

An initiative of the Global Network for Advanced Management (GNAM), the Global Network Week allows students and faculty to pursue intensive studies at another GNAM member school in a focused course that leverages the perspectives, programs, and faculty expertise of that school.


“It’s a great journey of the GNAM week especially in the post-pandemic era! The insights from Professors and peer students broadened my understanding not only on how doing business in Asia and but also how to analyze the market in a systematic way. The valuable down-to-earth sharing from Professors and peer students are extremely realistic and I was provided a real-time platform to discuss and raise out my deep curiosities and questions. If you currently do not have the opportunity to travel around Asian and would like to plan or already do business in Asia, this is a great opportunity to come and feel the diversified markets from culture, economy, politics, technology, environment, and legal perspectives through the online course.”

Yanan Zhang, Fudan University School of Management

“It was an awesome experience. I enjoyed getting to know fellows from different parts of the world and sharing experiences that can complement by business overview worldwide. I fully recommend this course.”

Mariana Guerra, EGADE Business School

“The program is designed comprehensively and provides an eagle eye view on basic as well as new age topics. Each session was highly informative and interactive. Beyond that, giving an opportunity to interact with various students through learning teams provided a great way to understand different nuances of doing business in various regions thereby allowing us to go beyond the readings and into practical life. Thank you, AIM!”

S R Rimitha, Indian Institute of Management Bangalore