This forum brought together experts from political, business, and academic circles to communicate and exchange ideas on topics related to the economy, culture, and education of the world's capitals.
More than one hundred guests from Beijing Normal University, American University Kogod Business School, Capital University of Economics and Business, Beijing Technology and Business University, the School of Economics and Management of the University of Louise and other universities attended the forum.
Shao Min, deputy director of the Accounting Department of the Ministry of Finance of China, gave a speech on accounting reform and development. Then Lin Hua, academic director of SKEMA's China campus, gave a lecture on entrepreneurship and innovation education in France and Switzerland. Hua explored the characteristics and advantages of French education, environment and innovation and introduced SKEMA’s strengths on entrepreneurship and innovation. SKEMA Business School is one of the first universities in the world to offer an entrepreneurship and innovation programme. SKEMA is committed to helping students to become future entrepreneurs and intrepreneurs.
On the second day of the forum, delegates visited the headquarters of the Lenovo Group. As the leading company of China's innovation and entrepreneurship, Lenovo demonstrates many of the features and highlights of the capital economy.