Johnson Controls attends 2017 World Economic Forum Annual Meeting

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This January, Johnson Controls will participate in the World Economic Forum’s 47th Annual Meeting in Davos, Switzerland. The Annual Meeting remains the foremost creative force for engaging the world’s top leaders in collaborative activities to shape the global, regional and industry agendas at the beginning of each year.

Under the theme of “Responsive and Responsible Leadership,” this year’s four-day conference will confront the global economic, political and social events that are affecting the world today and the role leaders play in solving these issues.

As head of delegation for the company, Chairman and CEO Alex Molinaroli will lend his time to the Governor’s community sessions for both the Energy and Infrastructure and Urban Development industries. He’s also involved in the CEO Climate Leaders community and serves as a sponsor of the Forum’s Grid Edge Transformation project, both of which will convene at the Annual Meeting. 

Under the theme of “Responsive and Responsible Leadership,” this year’s four-day conference will confront the global economic, political and social events that are affecting the world today and the role leaders play in solving these issues.

With our continued focus on workplace diversity, we stay heavily involved in the World Economic Forum’s work on Gender ParityChief Marketing Officer Kim Metcalf-Kupres is on the Steering Committee for the Future of Gender Parity and contributes regularly to conversations on advancing the care economy and accelerating gender parity in high-growth sectors.

Joining Molinaroli and Metcalf-Kupres in Davos this year are President and Chief Operating Officer George Oliver, Chief Financial Officer Brian Stief and President, Power Solutions Joe Walicki. During the Annual Meeting, they’ll engage in conversations around the following system initiatives:

Johnson Controls is a proud partner of the World Economic Forum’s mission to improve the state of the world. In December 2014, Johnson Controls achieved the highest level of participation and became a Strategic Partner of the World Economic Forum. Strategic Partners comprise a select group of 125 leading companies representing diverse industries and regions. Strategic Partners make a tangible impact on global issues and society by contributing to better policymaking, informing business decisions, sharing best practices and engaging stakeholders beyond commercial objectives.

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