One of the most important events in the political and business calendar, the 47th annual World Economic Forum (WEF) is taking place in Davos from 17-20 January, and here’s how you can get exclusive access.
This will focus on five topics crucial for improving the state of the world in the year ahead. These include revitalizing global economic growth, the reform of market capitalism and preparations for the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
The gathering, which concludes on the day of Donald Trump’s inauguration as U.S. President, will also consider ways to build a dynamic and inclusive system to help manage the effects of globalization.
WEF 2017 will be attended by about 2,500 leaders from business, government, international organizations, civil society, academia, media and the arts.
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Thomson Reuters Eikon Messenger and Eikon users will be able to get exclusive coverage of the WEF through the Global Markets Forum (GMF) on Eikon Messenger, our flagship editorial community for financial markets professionals hosted and moderated by our award-winning Reuters editorial team.
Our editors will be covering the Davos event live, delivering views and ideas, as well as breaking quotes from top-level politicians, policymakers and business leaders.
We will also host high-profile guests from Davos, who will share their thoughts and insights on the topics discussed on the day. Have a peak at the schedule below and download the latest schedule.
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