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EBS Alumni opens new China Office as first German alumni association to meet growing communication needs

05-15-2008 11:31 AM CET | Associations & Organizations

Press release from: eXebs - the alumni association of the European Business School (EBS, Oestrich-Winkel, Germany)

/ PR Agency: EBS Alumni Presse Team
eXebs is the community of academic alumni at the European Business School in Oestrich-Winkel, Germany

eXebs is the community of academic alumni at the European Business School in Oestrich-Winkel, Germany

Beijing, May 10, 2008: EBS Alumni is proud to announce the inception of its China Office, the first overseas office of any German alumni club. Approved by unanimous Board decision, the move ushers in the second phase of the EBS Alumni globalization strategy, an ambitious multi-year blueprint for international expansion. Besides meeting growing communication needs for Chinese universities and alumni clubs, EBS Alumni China Office is already being viewed as a positive development for civil society dialogue between Germany and the People’s Republic of China.
“China is a global priority market for EBS Alumni” said Mr. Martin Hess, EBS Alumni Chairman, in his inaugural address. “As Germany’s leading business alumni association, our 2,300 members, partners and society at large continue to place ever more challenging demands on us in terms of customer service and visibility of our brand name in key markets – and rightly so. These new premises in the heart of Beijing will open a new space for engagement and cooperation with China’s rapidly growing alumni club scene.”
“With German and Chinese know-how in alumni management now joining hands, our founders’ principles of transparency, long-term commitment and the ability to listen have reconfirmed their unequivocal role in the age of globalization. Vindicated in over thirty years of alumni service leadership, these principles will be the bedrock of our success in China and the rest of the world” continued the Chairman. Under his watch since 2006, EBS Alumni has grown into a world-class organization.
We are also pleased to announce the appointment of Ms. Lu Vivien Liu as Resident Representative China. In that role, she will report to Dominik F. Schlossstein, EBS Alumni Director International Relations.
A non-profit and tax-exempt association under German civil law, EBS Alumni is the official alumni club of the European Business School International University (EBS, www.ebs.edu), one of Germany’s foremost business schools. The alumni provide more than 200,000 Euro (300,000 USD) per year in student scholarships and organize high-profile seminars, regular member-only sessions and debates. In 2008 alone, we handed out seven scholarships to Chinese students, enabling them to take advantage of a quality education abroad. Drawing on research by the recently established EBS Alumni Institute, we have also developed into an important advocate for globalization of teaching, research and life-long learning in Germany and beyond.
Located in Beijing’s coveted Dong Chen district, EBS Alumni China Office will play a key role in enhancing cooperation with the European Business Schools’ all-star cast of partner universities in mainland China and Hong Kong, i.e. Beijing University, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Tongji University, Tsinghua University, University of Hong Kong, Zhejiang University, and Xi’an Jiaotong University. Moreover, the office is a bridgehead for high-tech start-up companies led by EBS graduates now eying the Chinese market.

eXebs - EBS Alumni
Schloss Reichartshausen
65375 Oestrich-Winkel
Germany

presse@exebs.org

eXebs (EBS Alumni) is the alumni association of Germany's most renowned top private business school - the European Business School (EBS, www.ebs.edu) in Oestrich-Winkel and Wiesbaden (greater Frankfurt area).

eXebs is not only the leading but also the oldest German business alumni network and was founded 1980 by five of the first EBS-graduates. Today the eXebs network consists of more than 2.300 acting members from all EBS graduate classes starting 1975 living in thirty countries on five continents.

eXebs has three central target audiences: First of all the alumni of EBS, however in the same way the current EBS students as well as the university at themselves:

I. eXebs supports the cohesion between all alumni of EBS using and continuously developing market-leading infrastructure. Next to the extensive care of the member database is organized a great number of industry or regional group meetings, sport tournaments, class reunions etc. eXebs furthermore strongly encourages Lifelong Learning of its members by offering relevant management update programs in close cooperation with EBS Executive Education (EEE).
II. eXebs sustainably supports EBS students with the unique scholarship „eXebs fellowship" financially and idealistically: The eXebs education fund takes care of the study fees of all eXebs fellows where necessary. All eXebs fellows develop their soft skills supported by leading international experts, an experienced eXebs member is being allocated as personal mentor, and eXebs fellows gain excess to eXebs' exclusive alumni career service.
III. eXebs strongly supports and advises the university on the education of independent managers. This happens particularly through active participation in decisive EBS committees (e.g. the supervisory board or the board of trustees). eXebs members are encouraged to represent their university worldwide when doing business.

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