[GEMBA C-Suite Talk Series] Visiting Jonathan Seliger, CEO of Naked Hub, on the Shared Economy - Closed
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In a shared economy, startups, freelancers, small & large companies all benefit from co-working, cooperating and sharing information and skills.
How is the shared economy changing the rules of business? How can this shared economy affect your own business? On Friday afternoon 21 October, we’ll visit naked Group’s naked Huband talk to CEO Jonathan Seliger to explore the appeal and potential of the shared economy.
Topic: naked Hub: Work redesigned
Date: Friday, 21 Oct. 2016
Address: naked Hub, No. 328 Hunan Road, First Floor, Shanghai 湖南路328号裸心社
Cost: Coffee break
100 RMB for alumni, 200 RMB for none alumni guests
Seat Limit: 15 people
- 14:00 Registration
- 14:15 Speech from CEO of naked Hub
How is the shared economy changing the rule of game
Naked Group Culture and naked Hub:Work redesigned
- 14:45 Q & A
- 15:15 Company Tour and network
- 16:00 End
CEO of Naked Hub
Jonathan Seliger brings to naked Hub over 20 years of high-level management experience in China and Asia. Prior to joining naked Hub as CEO, Jon ran several successful luxury retail businesses in China and the region.
From 2005 to 2010 he served as the Managing Director at Richemont, running the Alfred Dunhill brand in China, where he doubled revenue and increased unaided brand awareness to over 75%, making Dunhill one of the most recognized and successful men’s luxury brands in China.
From 2010 Jon oversaw the rapid expansion of the Coach business in China as president and CEO of Coach China. Under his leadership, Coach opened over 30 stores per year and more than doubled market share and awareness metrics, to become one of the largest and most profitable premium accessories brands in China.
Jon later took on a global advisory role to the Trendy Group, a leading Chinese retailer and owner of the Miss Sixty brand, where he developed the global relaunch of the Miss Sixty business.
Jon is a longtime resident in China, and speaks Mandarin Chinese. He graduated with a B.A. in Oriental Studies from the University of Pennsylvania.
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The Credibility You Seek, The Transformation You Need – the Global Executive MBA in Shanghai (GEMBA) is an innovative EMBA program offered by USC in partnership with Shanghai Jiaotong University, featuring the same faculty and curriculum as Marshall's top 10 ranked EMBA program in L. A. Courses are primarily taken in Shanghai, China with ExPort trip in South East Asia.