The overall theme for this year’s event is: Mastering the Fourth Industrial Revolution, however, discussions are likely to be focused on the refugee crisis and rising interest rates with French prime minister, Manual Valls, already speaking on the former.
Notable speakers this year include Hollywood star, and activist, Leonardo di Caprio received the Crystal Award for his environmental work.
The UK’s David Cameron spoke on Thursday with George Osbourne hosting a lunch today for business leaders in the luxury ski resort.
Other speakers include: stalwarts: Bill Gates and Bono; Formula 1's Sebastian Vettel; singer and producer, Will.i.am; Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras and Canada's youngest ever PM, Justin Trudeau.
The WEF concludes Saturday the 23 January and updates can be found on the official World Economic Forum website.
If you wish to read our blog on Davos, please click on the following link: An Introduction to The World Economic Forum in Davos
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