The China-US Business Leaders Roundtable hosted by Yabuli China Entrepreneurs Forum and the China-US Business Leaders Roundtable Foundation with the aim of establishing a solid platform for ideological exchanges between Chinese and American business leaders. It is a high-level forum for the business people of the two countries to conduct in-depth exchanges on bilateral economic and trade issues. It has also become an important platform for Chinese and American entrepreneurs to explore new areas of cooperation.
The international itinerary of China-U.S. Business Leaders Roundtable (CUBLR) consists of three parts, i.e., China-U.S. Business Leaders Roundtable, Harvard College China Forum (HCCF) and business tours.
CUBLR has gradually grown into an important unofficial meeting of the business community in China and the United States as well as a global platform for business leaders and academic elites of these two countries to exchange views, share solutions and engage in exchanges and talks on an equal and cooperative basis.
In 2008, a strategic cooperation agreement was signed by Yabuli China Entrepreneurs Forum and HCCF, marking a formal long-term strategic cooperation relationship between the two parties. HCCR became a major part of the entire international activity of CUBLR then. Yabuli China Entrepreneurs Forum sent outstanding Chinese entrepreneurs as distinguished guests to HCCF share the ideas of cutting-edge business leaders and insights on the challenges, problems and trends in China, to change the attendees’ stereotyped impression of China and encourage them to put forward ideas and proposals for an even better future of China, which has contributed greatly to the development of HCCF.
Business tours cover Google, Linkedin, Sotheby’s, Huawei United States, Uber, Airbnb and other most renowned companies based in China and the United States to enable the learning of advanced management experience and corporate culture, the effort for corporate innovation and transformation as well as the communication and exchange between Chinese and American business leaders.
CUBLR has witnessed presence of well-known Chinese companies, such as Taikang Insurance Group, Fosun Group, Lenovo Group, ICBC, BANK OF CHINA, Digital China, SAIF PARTNERS, GSR Ventures, China Capital Group, DANGDAI GROUP, China Broadband Capital (CBC), AOKANG GROUP, FUYAO GROUP, Primavera Capital Group, Broad Group, CCX, ChinaEquity Group, LONGFOR GROUP, dangdang.com, and Sequoia Capital, among others, and top companies of the United States, including Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, Citibank, Federal Reserve Bank of New York (FRBNY), Macy’s, and Blackstone Group, among others, as well as Michael Bloomberg, former Mayor of New York City.