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How to follow our #amnc18 meeting in China

 The Annual Meeting of the New Champions 2018 is taking place in Tianjin, People's Republic of China on 18-20 September.

The Annual Meeting of the New Champions 2018 is taking place in Tianjin, People's Republic of China on 18-20 September.

Jenny Soffel
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This article is part of: Annual Meeting of the New Champions

The Annual Meeting of the New Champions is the foremost global summit on innovation, science and technology, promoting entrepreneurship in the global public interest.

The event is taking place in Tianjin, People's Republic of China on 18-20 September.

Here is our guide to how to follow #amnc18 on our digital channels, as well as how to embed individual sessions on your website.



The official meeting hashtag is #amnc18. Follow tweets on this hashtag to keep up with everything going on in the meeting.

The World Economic Forum's official Twitter account @wef has over 3 million followers. For live updates of sessions you can follow our account @davos.

Follow the Forum on Chinese Weibo


Join our 6 million followers on We will be posting highlights from the meeting and sharing insights from key sessions.


Look out for meeting highlights on our LinkedIn page at


Follow us on Instagram at where we will promote key pictures from the event.


Livestreamed session videos will be available on YouTube.


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You can also read expert insight and commentary in Chinese.


A selection of the best pictures taken at the Annual Meeting of the New Champions will be made available free of charge under the creative commons licence (cc-by-sa) on Flickr at

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