If you can’t be in Davos, do the next best thing: participate online. The Forum is using social media to make its proceedings more visible and help the public engage with attendees. The Forum wants to shake its elitist reputation and be seen as an open forum for global discussions.
Most of the major sessions will be streamed live online or posted later on YouTube. Many sessions will take questions from the online audience. Don’t like what a speaker said? Post a video saying why you think the person is wrong. If you think Davos should be focusing on different issues, say so.
Read the full article in The Curious Capitalist on TIME.com.