Asia School of Business (ASB) Recognized as a Full Member of AAPBS
ASB Marketing | Announcement
ANNOUNCEMENT: Asia School of Business (ASB) was recognized today as a Full Member of the Association of Asia-Pacific Business Schools (AAPBS) at the 2019 AAPBS Annual Meeting, held in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. ASB’s membership application was unanimously approved by the AAPBS Council, a 22-member elected body of international business school deans in the Asia-Pacific region.
Celebrating its 15th anniversary, AAPBS was established in 2004 with the mission to provide leadership and representation to advance the quality of business and management education in Asia-Pacific through research and teaching collaboration, and fostering partnerships to improve business school standards and quality. AAPBS currently has 135 members throughout Asia and other regions such as Europe, Middle East, and the Americas.
AAPBS President, Kenji Yokoyama, said “we wholeheartedly welcome the Asia School of Business as a Full Member of our Association and look forward to generating synergies together through collaboration with other members and affiliates.”
Dr. Betty Chung, Executive Director of the AAPBS Secretariat, also welcomed ASB to AAPBS as a new member and expressed excitement to work closely with ASB in exploring and identifying opportunities to advance the business school ecosystem in Asia-Pacific.
President and Dean Charles Fine, noted that “the mission of AAPBS aligns well with the values and interests of ASB. We hope to further develop our network and exchanges with other business schools in the region through the extensive and collaborative platform that AAPBS offers.”
Photo: (Left-Right) Prof. Kenji Yokoyama (AAPBS President), Sayf (ASB, Associate Director of Corporate Development), Dong-Wook Lee (ASB, Deputy Director of Action Learning) and Prof. Betty Chung (AAPBS Executive Director)