Sharing various insights and perspectives on the outlook of global politics, business and culture with FleishmanHillard colleagues around the world as hashtag#WEF24 concludes.

While the main agenda of this year’s Davos Forum focused on AI’s impact on the global economy and regulatory discussions, attention quickly shifted to the November U.S. presidential election and the unfolding power dynamics between the United States and China. This shift in emphasis can be attributed to the fact that this year coincided with global elections and anticipated geopolitical conflicts, as well as other non-economic factors poised to exert substantial influence on the world economy.

It becomes imperative for global business leaders to adopt proactive measures to mitigate the risks posed by non-economic factors during these uncertain times.

Views of the WEF from Around Our Global Network   – FleishmanHillard