Globalization 4.0: Shaping a Global Architecture in the Age of the Fourth Industrial Revolution
The 49th Annual Meeting will focus on the strategic ramifications of Globalization 4.0 and its future impact on global cooperation and the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
The Annual Meeting remains the foremost gathering of top leaders from politics, business, civil society and academia to shape global, industry and regional agendas in the context of Globalization 4.0 and the Fourth Industrial Revolution. In the true “Davos Spirit”, the aim is to advance these agendas with bold ideas and exciting opportunities to consider in the year ahead.
Bernadette Wightman, Managing Director, Resources, Manufacturing and Logistics, will be joining a panel session on Humans 2.0 hosted by The Economist.
Our CEO, Bas Burger, is a regular contributor to the Forum. In this article for the WEF agenda he asks “Is digital intelligence the key to Globalization 4.0?”.
Bernadette Wightman, our managing director for the resources, manufacturing and logistics vertical also writing for WEF agenda discusses “4 ways great leaders can build courageous, passionate teams”.
Andy Wales, our chief digital impact and sustainability officer writes about "How the tech sector can power the shift to a sustainable economy".
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