Worldwebforum Ueli Maurer interview

Media FAQs

Registration and the venue

Worldwebforum takes place at Stage One in Zurich, on January 16-17, 2020.




Thursday, January 16 12:00 PM – 12:00 AM
Friday, January 17 09:00 AM – 06:30 PM

You will need to pick up your media pass at the registration desk. Please ensure you bring your photo ID.

Apply here. After you’ve registered, you’ll be given a badge with your name on and the indication “Media”. It must be worn for the duration of the conference.

Food and beverages are provided in the media room and during breaks in the main hall of the venue.

There will be wifi throughout the venue.

If you require technical support during the event please contact

If you are interested in any media interviews or engaging in any press related activities, please email

Entry to the venue is fully wheelchair accessible. On arrival, please proceed through registration where you will be issued your accreditation. ‘Easy access’ registration is available should you wish to avail of it.

We’re happy to store your luggage in our cloakroom, which you’ll find beside information desk on the entrance.

If you would like to cover Worldwebforum in a media capacity, you can do so by filling out our media accreditation application form

Unfortunately, we can only give press passes to editorial staff. Extra passes can be bought on our website.

Travel and accomodation

Worldwebforum has partnered with hotels to offer you the best rates near the conference. Take a look at accommodation options here.

Please view our hospitality page for further information

General information

Worldwebforum is an annual meeting in Zurich of 1,500 people from more than 30 countries taking part to a unique experience. With more than 100 speakers, 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?”

You can view our media privacy policy here.

Yes, you can find further information on the different tracks, or stages, at Worldwebforum here.

The map of the venue will be available on our website in January 2020.

There is no specific dress code for Worldwebforum. We are happy for you to express yourself, but most people come in business casual wear.

We pride ourselves on welcoming the leading voices of business and innovation to our events. We’re always looking to collaborate with more founders and CEOs to create engaging content for our attendees. If you would like to propose a speaker, please email us at If we think there could be a good fit, a member of our team will be in touch with you.

Yes. The media page will be updated regularly throughout the event. This page will feature news announcements, press releases startups, partners, and investors attending Worldwebforum, along with photography from the on-stage sessions. We encourage you to visit it to ensure you get the most from your time at Worldwebforum.

Our hashtag is #worldwebforum2020. You can follow all the latest updates on our Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and YouTube accounts.

beecom will be marking its milestone 20th anniversary with a massive birthday party at Zurich Stage One on 16th January, 2020.

Lars Ulrich, the legendary co-founder and drummer of Metallica will be interviewed live, and will open the festivities.
We warmly invite you to join speakers, partners, special guests and entertainers on this night of celebration, with free-flowing drinks, delicious food and awesome music.

Your conference pass will get you behind the velvet rope.

Yes. You can find our code of conduct here.