Building long-lasting relationships along the leadership cycle
Our members and editorial team create curated content-driven experiences that promote community interaction and connection, with exclusive access to unique digital and physical events in Europe and Silicon Valley, attended by the top executives from the world’s most forward-thinking companies.
The journey of being a student to an employee, to taking on more responsibilities as a manager, and eventually becoming the top boss of an organization is filled with pain points at the interface of business and technology that our community is built to address. This experience is enriched by growing and learning from peers, giving back, sharing best practices, and discovering fresh talents and exploring new technologies and innovations together.
We started our first community as an Atlassian User Group in Switzerland in 2004. Now, our community reaches across the globe, with deep executive networks within Silicon Valley, the European tech ecosystem, and a growing representation of emerging leaders from India and South East Asia.
As a Worldwebforum member, you get access to everything from instant connection to other members, our multimedia content via mobile app or community site, discussion forums, interactive polls, webinars and digital events, to our Pre Unconference Ski retreat in Laax, and our keystone annual meeting in Zurich.
As a Corporate Member, you get to further your brand in a neutral space and co-create content and activities with the Worldwebforum team. Showcase your news, customer stories, and experts within our network and benefit from cross-promotions and joint initiatives.
“I think the forum brings together talents that can really address some of the issues that matter to society and create the kind of world we want to be part of.”
IBM Fellow & Vice President Technology – Europe, London, UK
“Thank you very much, Worldwebforum, and to all the amazing people working harder (to make it happen every year). Because of you, my work has progressed.”
Ceo and Founder digital Citizen Fund, Herat, Afghanistan
“I like the Worldwebforum because it really empowers radical change and that for us means having the courage to do the right things for our organisation, for our customers, for our community. I find it inspirational, it’s full of nice people, it’s also fun, so I really love it.”
Chief Of Strategy, Innovation & Business Development, Zurich Group, Zurich, Switzerland
“For me, it’s Coachella of Business”
VP Corporate Development, Atlassian, Sydney, Australia
“Worldwebforum is a fantastic community because you can meet people and that leads to fantastic collaborations.”
Associate Director, Disney Research, Zurich, Switzerland
“Think of it as a punk rock version of WEF Davos”
Director of Design, Google, San Francisco, USA
“I really loved being here, I’m so honoured to be invited. I think the speakers here have been absolutely incredible and the attendees have been really high level and I would love to come back again next year.”
Cambridge Analytica whistleblower & subject of Netflix Documentary “The Great Hack”, New York, USA
“What I was excited about coming to Worldwebforum was because I get to meet people from all different kinds of industries and interests. […] If you are radically open to anything then something interesting will come out of the melting of all of these people and spirits and I’m excited about that.”
Co-Founder & CEO, SPKR., Los Angeles, USA
“Great conference, fascinating topic, very engaging and really relevant to today’s world.”
Chief Information Officer Adidas, Herzogenaurach, Germany
“There are conferences and then there is the Worldwebforum, which is a conference in a league of its own.”
Vice Chairman, Head of Policy and Communications, Libra Association, Washington D.C., USA
“I go to a lot of conferences around the world. The Worldwebforum is without a doubt one of the best I have ever been to.”
Global CEO Young & Rubicam NYC, USA
“This is my third time coming to Worldwebforum. […] I love it because it is a bunch of people that just want to learn about the latest and greatest and share the wonderful things they are doing.”
Global Marketing and Communications Leader, Zurich Insurance, Zurich, Switzerland
“Worldwebforum is not your typical business conference; it’s where revolutions happen. It was great to catch up with friends and colleagues, and connect with new ones. Thank you Fabian Hediger and WWF team for your warm hospitality!”
CEO & Publisher, Diplomatic Courier
“It’s been great to be back at the Worldwebforum (…) Looking forward to the next one.”
CO-Founder & CPO Juul, San Francisco, CA, USA
“Use technology to be the master of your own fate and the captain of your own soul.”
Meia Chita Tegmark
Co-Founder The Future Of Life Institute, Boston, MA, USA
Our next Annual Meeting is scheduled for 2022.