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Spotlight on Davos: Highlights from the 2022 annual meeting

Global leaders gathered for the World Economic Forum annual meeting last week against a backdrop of war in Europe, record-high inflation levels, supply chain strains, climate events, and continued pandemic lockdowns in some parts of the world. As a starting point for a new era of global responsibility and cooperation, #WEF22 discussions focused chiefly on the resilience of the global economy and humanity’s preparedness for future events. Explore these insights on the topics that dominated this year’s sessions, and dive deeper on the converging crises reshaping the global business agenda. And don’t miss an engaging Davos debrief and Q&A session on June 1, at 9:30 a.m. EST, with senior partners Cindy Levy and Sven Smit.

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Securing Europe’s future beyond energy: Addressing its corporate and technology gap

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