Subscriptions are high on the agenda of the World Economic Forum, as part of their strategy for a Great Reset of global capitalism. How will subscriptions be integral to a circular economy? And will not owning anything really make everyone happy?
At the end of January, world leaders, industry figures and thinkers met for the World Economic Forum’s annual Davos conference – albeit virtually this year.
Their priority now is the shape of post-COVID recovery, and how the disruption the world has endured over the last 12 months can be harnessed to reconfigure the global economy, reduce inequality, and stave off the worst of environmental collapse. The key to this, they argue, is “The Great Reset,” a radical vision of a transformed global economic order, and they see 2021 as the best time to implement it.
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