APCO alumna Anna Tunkel co-authored this piece.
The 2022 World Economic Forum Annual Meeting reconvened in person last week after a two-year pandemic hiatus under the theme History at a Turning Point: Government Policies & Business Strategies. At a time of unprecedented geo-political upheaval, with the war in Ukraine and looming food, energy and climate crises, the four-day event brought together nearly 2,500 global leaders, including more than forty heads of state and government leaders, CEOs, heads of multinational organizations, civil society leaders, academia and media.
APCO’s What’s on the Global Agenda – A Davos 2022 Digest, developed by our Strategic Partnerships & Global Engagement team and contributors across APCO’s global markets, takes stock of key themes and issues covered in Davos and on the global agenda today, from global governance and geopolitical crises to the future of work and skills, climate, equality agenda, digital transformation and more. We also spotlight innovative partnerships, coalitions and initiatives that seek to advance progress on these issues. Reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested to learn more.