With the 50th round of the World Economic Forum (WEF) annual meeting concluded, the collective resolve with which we begin to piece together our individual commitments towards making the world a better place for all will be truly tested.

Does the WEF still hold any weight, both for our business and the country? Will any real action result from the many discussions that have taken place? While the answers to these questions will differ from person to person, my interactions in Davos provided reassurance that there is a heightened sensitivity over the need for urgency in driving economic, social and environmental change...

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