WorldWebForum 2020 in Zurich

WorldWebForum 2020 in Zurich

Lars Ulrich Metallica

Lars Ulrich, Metallica

The WorldWebForum 2020 closed on 18th January 2020 after a successful and exciting two days of interesting speakers, engaging workshops and plenty of networking. It has developed and evolved enormously over the years, becoming a key meeting place for decision-makers, leaders and some of the most progressive minds with a view to impact change.

Professor Pamela Munster at Worldwebforum 2020

Professor Pamela Munster at Worldwebforum 2020

Past speakers at Worldwebforum include influential leaders such as Steve Wozniak, Cofounder of Apple, Jay Simons, President of Atlassian, Tim Berners-Lee, Founder of the World Wide Web, David Sable, Global CEO of Young & Rubicam and Bill Wyman, of The Rolling Stones, Ed Catmull, Founder of Pixar and Marian Goodell, CEO of Burning Man.

Ann Cairns, Mastercard Worldwebforum 2020

Ann Cairns, Mastercard Worldwebforum 2020

This year the speakers included Lars Ulrich, Co-founder and Drummer for Metallica, Roger Hallam, co-founder of Extinction Rebellion, Brittany Kaiser, the Cambridge Analytica Whistleblower, Joshka Fischer, former Vice Chancellor of Germany and Sepp Blatter, former FIFA President.

Lars Ulrich Metallica at worldwebforum 2020

Lars Ulrich Metallica at Worldwebforum 2020

Sepp Blatter at Worldwebforum 2020

Sepp Blatter at Worldwebforum 2020

Next year the WorldWebForum will be moving from Stage One to a rock concert location in central Zurich. During the conference it was announced the they have launched a Worldwebforum App which will feature knowledge sharing from hundreds of their speakers and leaders. The Worldwebforum app can be downloaded now via Google Play and via the Apple App store.

Joschka Fischer Former German Minister

Joshka Fischer, former Vice Chancellor of Germany

Worldwebforum App is a great addition to the conference and online community and will disseminate inspiring learning and ideas from some great thought leaders.

Worldwebforum 2020 Zurich

As well as talks, interviews and panels on the main stages there were also numerous workshops and smaller events over the two days. The Worldwebforum 2020 was attended by 1,500 people, of whom 75% were executives, and there were 570,000 live stream viewers.

Worldwebforum 2021

The Worldwebforum 2021 will take place from 21st – 22nd January 2020 in central Zurich.

For more information please visit the WorldWebForum website here. 


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