Social media: Creating a Davos dialogue

At this year’s 43rd World Economic Forum Annual Meeting, social media will again play a big role.

In addition to covering the sights, sounds, and events in Davos through our Deloitte social media channels, this year we invite the public to participate in our InnovationLive conversation during the Forum.

Tweet us or comment on our Facebook wall with your response to one or more of six key questions on the interconnectedness of innovation, business, and society. Include hashtag #InnovationLive and we may select your quote to be illustrated on the walls leading to the Hotel Belvedere in Davos.

Additionally, stay up-to-date on Deloitte's activities at the Forum by following the tweets, posts, videos, photos, and links to articles.

Facebook – Read updates, post comments, and view photos from Forum events and view the InnovationLive photo album. Bookmark our #InnovationLive Facebook app to follow the conversations and look for your name and quote in our photo gallery.

Twitter

  • Follow @deloitte for general news, updates, and media reports on WEF
  • Follow @lifeatdeloitte for a first-person account of the Davos experience from Lauren Mistretta, DTTL Global Public Relations Associate Director, who will be guest tweeting during the week of Davos
  • Hashtags: #WEF, #InnovationLive

Pinterest – Follow our World Economic Forum boards for daily photos of the InnovationLive walls and other images from Davos.

Leadership blogs
In the days leading up to as well as during Davos, Deloitte delegates and thought leaders will share their insights on Forum topics through the Deloitte Perspectives blog and other member firm blogs. Check back for updated links to the articles, or subscribe to our blog RSS

New perspectives from Deloitte leaders:

Webcasts

During the Annual Meeting, WEF will live webcast all official plenary sessions, press conferences, and ForumLive interviews. Immediately after each session, the videos will be available on the World Economic Forum site, on iTunes, YouTube, and in Chinese on Youku.