The World Economic Forum kicks off in Davos next week. Tanya König takes a look back at the highlights of the Annual Meeting’s 50 years of existence.
‘Physics Girl,’ a superhero for the YouTube set
Dianna Cowern studied physics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and uses her deep intellect and curiosity to explain the often-intimidating science to a wider audience through PBS Digital Studios on YouTube. Tanya König spoke to the “Physics Girl” in Davos.
How to make your business “future proof,” not just risk proof
The clock is ticking to meet the UN sustainable development goals by 2030, but it’s not too late, argue André Hoffmann, vice chairman of Roche, and Katell Le Goulven, executive director of the Hoffmann Global Institute for Business and Society at INSEAD. In part two of this special panel, they explain how companies can get ready.
Hoffmann: “There are other ways to measure success than money”
André Hoffmann, vice chairman of Roche, and Katell Le Goulven, executive director of the Hoffmann Global Institute for Business and Society at INSEAD, want to change the metrics with which corporations are run to make them sustainable. In part one of this special panel, they share ideas on how to make it happen.
How this blind woman uses YouTube to address disabilities
Molly Burke has been blind since the age of 14. On YouTube, she fould a platform to break taboos about disabled people. She was invited to speak at the World Economic Forum and told Tanya König how technology can help but also harm her daily life.
Mexican YouTube star Juanpa Zurita asks for more action at the WEF
Juanpa Zurita is one of Mexico’s most successful YouTubers with over 20 million followers, and he accepted an invitation to the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos. He tells Tanya König why the easy way out is never fun or challenging, why climate change is the biggest issue we need to tackle, and why he thinks that what’s being discussed at the WEF is more talk than action
Impact investing appeals not just to millennials, argues Lombard Odier
Financing sustainable or socially responsible projects is often seen as the prerogative of younger generations. Not quite so, says Maximilian Martin, global head of philanthropy at Lombard Odier. Martin explains why older investors are also keen on so-called impact investments, like the bank did with the ICRC.
Takeaways from Davos 2020/
As the rich and the powerful head home from Davos, CNNMoney Switzerland’s Andreas Schaffner shares his takeaways from this year’s meeting of the World Economic Forum.