The World Economic Forum (WEF) annual meeting brings together a who’s-who of leaders from business, government and beyond. Here’s how to get exclusive access to the January 23-26 “summit of summits.”
High in the Alps of Switzerland, luminaries from business, politics and academia will convene January 23-26 for the 48th annual World Economic Forum. What was once a small gathering founded by professor Klaus Schwab nearly 50 years ago has become one of the most noteworthy events in the political and business calendar, summoning an elite guest list of CEOs, heads of state, intellectuals, and even royalty from all over the globe.
This year, the 3,000 attendees will convene under the theme “Creating a Shared Future in a Fractured World”. Thomson Reuters is once again proud to be a strategic partner of the WEF. In the spirit of uniting the world’s engines of change and propelling them forward with the knowledge, intelligence and human expertise they need, we’re committed to providing timely, valuable content on the proceedings at Davos. Here’s how you can best take advantage of our work:
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Throughout the week, Answers On will provide insight in the form of topical content pertaining to discussion and forum subjects at Davos. This will include tackling the problem of modern slavery, combating financial crime, how to corral the disruptive power of new technology and prioritizing environmental, sustainability and good-governance principles to day-to-day business affairs. You can sign up for our Answers On Newsletter for Davos news and other insights.
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Get your all-access pass to Davos and join the discussions from the comfort of your office, courtesy of the Global Markets Forum (GMF).
Powered by Eikon Messenger, the GMF, the world’s first global, macro and cross-asset editorial community moderated by experienced Reuters editors, will provide free, exclusive insights to the event for Eikon subscribers and Eikon Messenger users.
If you are already an Eikon subscriber or have an Eikon Messenger standalone account, simply request access to the GMF and you’ll be able to follow the Davos discussions however you choose to connect via desktop, mobile or web browser.You can also register for a free Eikon Messenger account. Registration is easy and takes only two minutes to complete. Eikon subscribers can also use our Davos Eikon App to get all the latest WEF news, live video streaming and on-demand clips from Reuters by searching “Davos 2018” in Eikon.
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Our social media channels, including the Thomson Reuters presence on LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter, will surface live coverage, summaries and reactions from Davos and related events – the closest you can get to real-time interaction without actually booking a flight to Switzerland.
We look forward to seeing you online and hope you enjoy the Davos 2018 coverage.
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