The World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2020, will held on January 20-24, with aim to focus on establishing stakeholder capitalism as a way of addressing the world’s greatest challenges, from societal divisions created by income inequality and political polarization to the climate crisis facing today.
As the rich and powerful person from across the globe assemble this week at Swiss ski resort to discuss about sustainable world’, over 100 CEOs as also some union ministers and chief ministers from India would also be present there alongwith filmstar Deepika Padukone and Sadhguru. Deepika will talk about mental health and other issues, Sadhguru will hold morning meditation sessions at the summit attended by over 3,000 world leaders.
The 50th annual meeting of World Economic Forum beginning from Monday. US President Donald Trump, Britain’s Prince Charles, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Afghanistan’s Ashraf Ghani and Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan would be also attending the meeting.
The Geneva-based International organisation for public-private partnership has said that “The World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2020, taking place on January 20-24, will focusing on making stakeholder capitalism and also discussing about world’s greatest challenges like income inequality and political polarization to the climate crisis we face today”.
The main aim of this meeting is to give a soild meaning to “stakeholder capitalism”, assist governments and international institutions in tracking progress towards the Paris Agreement and the Sustainable Development Goals, and facilitate discussions on technology and trade governance.
From India industry leaders like Gautam Adani, Rahul and Sanjiv Bajaj, Kumar Mangalam Birla, N Chandrasekaran of Tata Group, Uday Kotak, Rajnish Kumar of SBI, Anand Mahindra, Sunil and Rajan Mittal, Ravi Ruia, Pawan Munjal, Nandan Nilekani and Salil Parekh of Infosys, C Vijayakumar of HCL Tech, Ajay Piramal, Rishad Premji, Ajay Singh and Pirojsha Godrej are registered.