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World economic forum ANNUAL MEETING IN DAVOS

January 15-19, 2024

Business, meet tech.

This week, leaders from business, government and civil society are convening at the 54th Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum (WEF 2024) in Davos, Switzerland, in search of solutions to critical global challenges. This year’s event theme, Rebuilding Trust, focuses on restoring trust in our future, trust within societies, and trust among nations, in a world that has gone through profound and disruptive transformations. As a WEF strategic partner and global industry leader, we are taking part in these critical conversations.

We are also welcoming guests to the Capgemini Pavilion, where we are hosting panel discussions and showcasing demos around the following theme:

We believe tomorrow belongs to those who can bring technology and business together. 

When digital meets physical, when Gen AI meets creativity, and when sustainability meets scalability, you can truly unlock the value of tech for your business.

Capgemini at Davos

Take a look at what we’re showcasing

Investment priorities for 2024

Business leaders are increasingly optimistic about their organizations’ performance and are driving investment in key areas. This is the main finding of the Capgemini Research Institute’s latest report, published to coincide with the WEF 2024.

“Live from Davos” insights

The event is in full swing. Day 1 focused on Gen AI and AWS, biosolutions, gov tech, and of course Peugeot.

Day 2 brought more great sessions and learnings on sustainability, digital healthcare, industry net zero, and future of work.

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The impact of technology on the labor market

Some of the most high-profile conversations are being shared this week by live stream from the WEF congress center, including a public session with Capgemini CEO Aiman Ezzat: “What to expect from the labor markets?“.

The session was a real eye-opener. Technology, sustainability and geoeconomics continue to reshape the jobs landscape in 2024, while deeply divergent patterns for talent availability emerge in developed and developing markets. Speakers asked: What is the outlook for the year ahead, and what should be the priorities of governments and employers?

Industry net zero

Roshan Gya, Capgemini Invent CEO, took part in an affiliate session on Wednesday on industry net zero with a focus on Scope 3 opportunities.

To achieve net zero by 2050, industries face an inescapable challenge: addressing value chain emission – defined as Scope 3, and accounting for more than 70% of global GHG emissions – at a much faster pace. To take a step forward, following the momentum of last year’s discussion, the WEF’s Industry Net Zero Accelerator Initiative has focused on Scope 3 challenges and opportunities.

This session follows one year of academic research, consultations with a community of 30+ industry executives, and a benchmark of 100+ companies. The initiative has unveiled 3 major opportunity areas in the path towards net zero: making profound changes in products and business models, grasping the potential of new technologies, and re-thinking value chain collaboration. Read more about it here.

Talks at our Pavilion include everything from a look at the dual frontier of sustainability and digital transformation, to how to boost productivity with Gen AI, a CEO perspective on giga factories, and promising futures for healthcare, the world of work, and the bioeconomy.

Capgemini Pavilion, Promenade 95, Davos Platz

Discover how we make surprising connections between technology applications and valuable outcomes

We join forces with Peugeot Sport

For an intelligent, sustainable, and ground-breaking future

Performance, meet data.
Discover how Peugeot and Capgemini are transforming motor sports with the power of data & AI.

Resources, meet digital. Unlock the power of innovation and drive sustainability with the Energy Command Center – co-powered with Schneider Electric.

Innovation, meet healthcare. Unlock the value of NextGen healthcare.

Business, meet planet.
Pivot your business to sustainability in a finite world.

Industry, meet impact.
Imagine a supply chain where every move is not just tracked but optimized in real time.

Experience, meet Gen AI.
Give fans the power to predict the drama unfolding on the golf course.

What else is happening this week

Biology as consumer technology

January 18, 9:00-9:45 CET

The integration of biology with fast-evolving digital technologies is giving rise to products that are more efficient, sustainable and tailored to the individual. 

How can we better prepare for a future where products are not just made but are grown, adapted and evolved with the consumer?

Bio-based path to net zero

January 18, 15:00-15:45 CET

Biologically-enabled solutions represent an important but underutilized tool in the journey to net zero. To facilitate the transition to a more sustainable global economy, bio-based alternatives must enter into the commercial mainstream at a faster rate.

What core challenges must be addressed to deliver upon the ultimate potential of a bio-based economy?

The role of the office is still TBC

January 18, 13:15 to 14:00 CET

The contemporary workplace seemingly carries contradictions – remote work as well as an impetus to return to the office, and experiments with the four-day week as well as 24/7 connectivity.

What is the data telling us about the relationship between flexibility and productivity and how can leaders get the balance right?

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