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The Davos Agenda
Monday, 25 January 2021 4:34 PM CET

Past Event

Virtual - Event

Other credits | Event language: English

25 - 29 Jan. 2021

04:34 pm CET | 4 Days

The Davos Agenda

Resilient leadership during “The Great Reset”

Deloitte joins global leaders at the World Economic Forum virtual event, The Davos Agenda, from 25-29 January 2021. Under the theme, A Crucial Year to Rebuild Trust, the event will focus on the Forum’s Great Reset Initiatives such as stakeholder capitalism, climate change, and emerging technologies. The insights from this event will set the foundation for dialogue at the live Annual Meeting in Singapore.

An entire week of global programming has been curated to focus on the development of solutions for a robust pandemic response and recovery.

Deloitte and the World Economic Forum

Through the strategic partnership with the World Economic Forum, Deloitte has taken a leadership role at advancing the Forum’s commitment of “Improving the state of the world." Deloitte’s year-round engagement through Forum events, knowledge collaborations, and community memberships have been a platform to contribute to the global, regional and industry agendas.

As the world navigates through a global pandemic and unprecedented disruptions, Deloitte’s delegation at The Davos Agenda will collaborate with leaders from business, society, and government to build a more resilient post COVID-19 world.

Visit the Deloitte at Davos 2020 page to learn about participation and presence at last year’s Annual Meeting.

View the full Davos Agenda program

The COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated that no institution or individual alone can address the economic, environmental, social and technological challenges of our complex, interdependent world. The pandemic has accelerated systemic changes that were apparent before its inception

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