At the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2017, from 17-20 January in Davos, Switzerland, global leaders from around the world will gather to share insights on pressing economic and social issues. EY and other global leaders will convene under the theme “Responsive and Responsible Leadership.”
At EY, we believe responsive leaders drive and inspire inclusive growth, an essential part of building a better working world. We will focus on the role that business can play in solving big issues in collaboration with other stakeholders. Some of the questions we will seek to address are:
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The meeting in Davos will convene global leaders to share insights on pressing economic and social issues shaping our world. Our delegation at the 2017 Annual Meeting in Davos includes:
We are focused on the role that business can play in solving big issues by working inclusively. We invite you to join us in the discussion on social media on: