Technology Pioneers – Companies involved in the development of life-changing technologies and have the potential for long-term impact on business and society

Institutional Members and Partners – The largest and most influential multinational corporations represented by their chief executive officers and chief officers of research and development, strategy, technology and innovation

Public Figures – Heads of government and international organizations, and ministers of Trade and Investment, environment, health, science and technology, who are committed to improving competitiveness in today’s challenging economic climate

Young Global Leaders – A multi-stakeholder community of young leaders providing insight into the priorities and expectations of future generations

Civil Society and Academic Institutions – Leaders from renowned and innovative non-governmental organizations and leading universities

Global Shapers – Individuals between 20 to 30 years of age selected for their great potential for future leadership roles in society

Social Entrepreneurs – Leaders of the most innovative business solutions and partnership models driving social change

Young Scientists – Exceptional young researchers from around the world who have produced ground-breaking work in various scientific fields

Cultural Leaders – Artists from around the world who challenge assumptions about technology, share visions of the future and build bridges in the dialogue on global issues

Media Leaders – Publishers and editors-in-chief, top economic columnists, and science and technology editors