The annual World Economic Forum is starting tomorrow in Davos, and it’s once again bringing an eclectic mix world leaders, CEOs of Fortune 500 companies and and a few select startup founders together to discuss the state of world politics. Many folks would pay a lot to be a fly on the wall on some of those meetings, but Davos is strictly by invitation only.
However, you can still join in on the fun and follow 25 sessions, as well as a number of press conferences through the event’s live streams. Some of the speakers featured during those talks include Robert DeNiro, Bill Clinton, Japan’s Prime Minister Naoto Kan, France’s President Nicolas Sarkozy, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev and U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner.
The fun starts tomorrow at 9 am CET (that’s tonight at midnight for us West Coast folks), and you can follow the stream through the embed below or on the World Economic Forum’s Facebook page. Press conferences will be available on the Forum’s Livestream page, and the complete schedule can be checked on its blog.
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