The WEF meet again.
The World Economic Forum (WEF) will hold its annual meeting in the Swiss town of Davos from January 16 to 20, 2023, with the theme “Cooperation in a Fragmented World” to address the most pressing issues facing us all, and to ‘promote innovative solutions’.
In order to rebuild trust and create the principles, policies, and partnerships required to meet the challenges of 2023, the event brings together about 2,500 heads of state and government, CEOs of corporations, representatives of civil society, members of the international media and more.
There will also be a strong representation of Global Innovators who are transforming industries, with more than 90 mission-driven leaders from the Forum’s Technology Pioneers and Unicorn communities.
According to the official WEF website:
“It will provide a platform to engage in constructive, forward-looking dialogues and help find solutions through public-private cooperation”.
As is always the case with these big meetings, like Davos or Bilderberg, documents get leaked early.
A plethora of attendees will be in Davos, including dozens of representatives from the likes of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, financial institutions, heads of state and more.
But what about the Australians?
The Aussie Davos 2023 list, originally posted by Australians vs The Agenda, details the attendees.
Here is the list of Australians set to attend:
— 1 —
Peter Holmes à Court
Australian Financial Review.
— 2 —
Distinguished Australian Professor.
— 3 —
Former Foreign Affairs Minister and Chancellor of Australian National University.
— 4 —
Vice-Chancellor of Australian National University.
— 5 —
Vice President of BHP.
— 6 —
CEO of BHP.
— 7 —
NSW Assistant Minister for Trade.
— 8 —
Andrew ‘Twiggy’ Forest
— 9 —
— 10 —
Teen Environmental Activist.
— 11 —
Julie Inman Grant
— 12 —
— 13 —
The WEF list also notes at the beginning:
“Select public figures, who have confirmed their participation, have asked to be unlisted for the moment and will be included at a later stage. This list is confidential and is a copyright of the World Economic Forum.”
Some heavy-hitters on this list, as the WEF looks to shape their strategies as we race into 2023.
Always lurking and no doubt looking to capitalise of the “fractured world” they helped create.
What do you think is on the agenda this year?
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