Those reportedly attending the event include leaders of Water.org, Planet, NASA, Ogin, Blockchain, General Motors, and Schneider Electric alongside scholars from universities like Stanford and UC Berkeley. Through panels and interviews, experts will discuss and debate the biggest challenges and opportunities across topics such as energy, artificial intelligence, fintech, employment, healthcare, trade, and supply chains.
Tradeshift CEO and Co-founder, Christian Lanng, stated:
“With the World Economic Forum in town, this is a unique opportunity for the global business community to engage with influential technology leaders, disruptors, and visionaries. Tradeshift is the fastest growing business commerce platform with the goal to democratize business in the new post-industrial era. Our goal is to tap into the influential network at Davos to help support our mission and create positive world change.”
“Concentrating leaders, innovators and decision-makers together to exchange ideas is a proven way to move the needle on any disruptive journey,” Tradeshift’s Lanng said. “We also view this event as a way to share our story and point of view with customers, partners and the wider business leadership community.”
The World Economic Forum Annual Meeting taking place now through January 20th