Worldwebforum
8th Annual Meeting
January 16-17, 2020 Zurich

over 75%
Executives
1’500
Attendees
69’000’000
Media Reach
570’000
Live-Stream
30+
Countries
100
Journalists
100+
Speakers

Empowering Radical Change

Nobody knows how to deal with the exponentially increased complexity of business due to the impact of technology. Hence, we are facing the second big transformation in the history of mankind: the collapse of hierarchical structures. Old-school leadership has proven incapable of handling these challenges.

We believe radical change in businesses and organizations is key and happens by bringing together pioneers, nerds, mavericks, thought leaders, entrepreneurs, misfits, and you – a melting pot of stories written by life.

Speakers 2020

Schedule

We are proud to present our full schedule for 16-17 January, 2020 in Zurich. Click below to see the curated lineup of topics and talks.

Topic 2020

De-Generation of Prosperity

Hierarchy is chosen to define power structures in almost every context from the military to academic institutions. What happens then when the hierarchy breaks down? Who will own the future? European companies and governments have proven that they cannot keep pace with the companies from the new paradigm.

Are European companies as agile as their US or Chinese counterparts? Have our operating systems shifted towards innovation culture, or are they stuck in efficiency optimization mode? Do our leaders have the mindset of what it takes to be ahead? Where do you stand?

Worldwebforum 2020 is a call-to-arms to pioneers, nerds, mavericks, thought leaders, entrepreneurs, misfits and you to come together to examine the question “What do I need to do today to create value for the next generation?”

Coverage

“…prompt disruptive thinking in the contented, wealthy Swiss business elite.”

Worldwebforum Financial Times

“A must for decision-makers in IT, logistics, industry, banking, education, and media.”

Worldwebforum Handelszeitung

“A Rock ’n’ Roll version of World Economic Forum Davos”

Worldwebforum T-online

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