We were delighted to be part of this year’s World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, the world’s biggest gathering of leaders and thinkers.
During the event, Misk Global Forum hosted a high-level debate themed around “tomorrow’s jobs”, a lively discussion moderated by CNN’s Richard Quest concerning employment and job creation, the changing economy, government and leadership and global engagement.
During the debate, music star and entrepreneur will.i.am gave his ideas from the audience of how to inspire young people, saying, “it’s not just teaching – you have to give young people a cause, encourage them and make them believe they can solve their own problems with these skillsets.”
On the final day of the forum, the Misk Foundation hosted the Misk Saudi Voyage that allowed participants to experience and enjoy the very best in Saudi Arabian art, food and music.
Following the debate at Davos, we launched our Misk Tomorrow’s Jobs competition, posing the question: what do you think tomorrow’s jobs will be like?
It’s a global issue and we’re looking for your best ideas on the future of jobs – find out more about how to enter here.