AL GORE: Vice President of the United States (1993-2001); Founder and Chairman, The Climate Reality Project; Nobel Peace Laureate (2007)
With the environment identified as a crucial topic at this year's World Economic Forum, it is no surprise that Al Gore was an in-demand presence at Davos, sought-out to deliver a keynote, participate in numerous panels and screen his new documentary An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth To Power.  Addressing pressing issues at sessions such as, "Responding to Extreme Environmental Risks" "Stepping Up Climate Action," and "Global Progress Through Partnerships," Gore consistently drew a packed house. His comments made headlines in CNBC and a Facebook video synthesizing his optimistic message on climate change has been viewed over 800K times. At the undisputed epicenter of the global conversation surrounding the climate crisis, Gore is universally heralded as a moving and gifted orator, one who leaves audiences both deeply informed, hopeful, and empowered to be a catalyst for change. 

"It was amazing with VP Gore. What a success! He is very charming and entertaining and serious. The event was a huge success for everyone."

-XYZ Live

"VP Al Gore was great. He got a standing ovation. We loved his speech."

-International Council Of Shopping Centers

"VP Gore’s appearance was excellent, his speech was very innovative and the way of giving this lecture, motivating and extraordinary. Our clients were very satisfied from the event and VP Gore’s point of view and inputs were very informative and gave a new dimension to our investors, for a sustainable future."

-Marfin Egnatia Bank
With over 3 Million Twitter followers, Gore inspires legions of inspired tweets whenever he speaks, and Davos was no exception.
JIMMY WALES: Founder, Wikipedia, World's 5th Most Visited Website; Founder, WikiTribune; One of TIME's "100 Most Influential People"
Campus Presents: Jimmy Wales, Cofounder of Wikipedia
Sought-out to deliver timely and crucial insights on a panel entitled "Fake News versus Real Politics" at the World Economic Forum, Jimmy Wales revealed how democracies can be protected in a digitized world. Wales' newly-launched WikiTribune--a revolutionary, crowd-funded platform for evidence-based journalism-- is specifically geared to fight fake news and Wales has emerged as a leading authority on the subject. His sharp comments at Davos quickly generated headlines in Verdict and he was sought-out by CNBC for an interview on the future impact of AI on news. Already set to speak at the School of Management Fribourg, CMPC Innovations Week, and the 2018 GEN Summit, Wales is an in-demand expert on media and the future of tech who is as entertaining as he is informative. 

"Jimmy's speech was great and we also received very good feedback from the sponsors doing private events with him..."

-World Business Forum

"It was great. After we opened up the invitation, we filled the auditorium and had an overflow room. C-SPAN broadcast live. He was engaging and interesting."

-CATO Institute

"We were all so thrilled with Jimmy. He was so open and dedicated to share with us, McCann people, media, students and the keynote audience such inspiring stories about him, Wikipedia and basically about such a wide array of interconnected subjects. We were all inspired in such a fantastic way by his presence here."

Wales kept the Davos audience tweeting insights and quotes from his dynamic session.
Visionary and passionate leaders heralded for their ability to deliver speeches that are substantive, awe-inspiring and entertaining, Jimmy Wales and Al Gore both hit the mark in their comments at the World Economic Forum. Invited to attend the elite event because their work and ideas help inform the global agenda, Gore and Wales are the the forefront of innovation in addressing the top challenges of our time.