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Davos 2024 Day 5: What to expect

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Here's a snapshot of everything you need to know about Day 5 of Davos 2024.

Here's a snapshot of everything you need to know about Day 5 of Davos 2024. Image: World Economic Forum/Sandra Blaser

Gayle Markovitz
Acting Head, Written and Audio Content, World Economic Forum
This article is part of: World Economic Forum Annual Meeting
  • The World Economic Forum's Annual Meeting takes place in Davos from 15-19 January 2024.
  • Here's a snapshot of everything you need to know about Day 5 of Davos 2024.

Welcome to the fifth and final day of the World Economic Forum's Annual Meeting in Davos. Each morning we'll bring you a rundown of what to expect, the sessions you might want to keep an eye on, any essential pre-reading and things that are good to know.


How to follow the Annual Meeting 2024

Things you might have missed

We heard from leaders from across business and government, academia and from international organizations yesterday on the challenges we face - and the urgent need for action to tackle them, from AI to climate change.

You can read more highlights from yesterday in our round-up below, rewatch sessions on the website, or check out our coverage across social media.

Global Collaboration Village

More than 200 participants at Davos took part in a range of immersive dialogues – from climate and nature to manufacturing and energy through the Global Collaboration Village platform, a collaboration between the Forum, Microsoft and Accenture.

Partnership with Ukraine on Digital Transformation

The World Economic Forum and Ukraine’s Ministry of Digital Transformation have signed a letter of intent to launch a Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution in Ukraine.

Davos 2024 Day 4: Some of the key moments from today

Sessions to watch

All times are GMT+1

Making a difference

Emerging economies need finance to drive the energy transition. A move to clean energy could boost energy security, cut reliance on fossil fuels and help them, meet their climate targets.

Health inequities currently cost the global economy around $42 billion in untapped productivity. How can we make health equity a core consideration across industries and sectors?

Find out more about our Zero Health Gaps Pledge

Podcasts from the mountain

We're podcasting all week from Davos:

Check out this Radio Davos episode about the Global Risks Report and the big issues leaders will be grappling with at the Annual Meeting.

Meet the Leader, the interview show about leaders and leadership: Davos 2024: A conversation with Pat Gelsinger

And keep an eye on Agenda Dialogues where you can catch the audio from some of the biggest and best sessions from Davos 2024, including yesterday's How to Prevent an Anxious Generation session.


Some reading and watching for Davos 2024 this morning

In the last couple of weeks, we've published a huge number of articles and reports. Here's a snapshot of these, but you can see everything on our Davos Agenda collection page, our publications page and our video page.

Things you might have missedSessions to watchMaking a differencePodcasts from the mountainSome reading and watching for Davos 2024 this morning

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