Join the Annual Meeting 2014 discussion via social media throughout the Meeting. We will be including the best questions live to panelists and curating conversation streams on our website.

You can also build your own Annual Meeting page for your blog or website. You can find the embed codes for live broadcasts, session discussion boards and social media trackers at http://wef.ch/embed.

Join the conversation 

Phumzile-Mlambo-NgcukaWe will be conducting social media interviews with select participants through the Annual Meeting. Submit your questions on social media and we will select the most interesting to answer. We have invited Al GorePhumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, Executive Director of UN Women, and Bill Gates amongst others.

Facebook

Davos content, news and views will be shared throughout the Annual Meeting on our Facebook page with over 270,000 followers. The Annual Meeting Facebook event page will provide a dedicated space to share ideas and contribute to Davos 2014.

Twitter

We invite you to follow the World Economic Forum on Twitter @Davos, with over 2 million followers, as well as our live tweet account @WEF where we tweet key quotes from official plenary sessions and where most of the Twitter chatter will happen.

A selection of the best tweets will be displayed on the official Twitter wall on bulletin boards around the Congress Hall.

You can also follow our communities: Global Shapers, Technology Pioneers, Schwab Foundation and Young Global Leaders.

Chinese speakers can get updates in Chinese on Sina Weibo (http://wef.ch/weibo). Please do not forget to indicate your Twitter handle during the online registration to be included on the official Twitter list.

Twitter lists:

Annual Meeting Particpants: https://twitter.com/davos/lists/davos2014
Journalists and Members of the Press: https://twitter.com/davos/lists/davos14press
Public Figures attending: https://twitter.com/davos/lists/davos14publicfigures

You can also take an RSS feed of the Forum’s curated Twitter Wall featuring the best tweets:

https://api.twitter.com/1/favorites.rss?screen_name=wef

See the latest analysis of participant activity on twitter here. This tool shows which participants are tweeting the most, the most popular trends and topics and who is following who at the Annual Meeting.

This embedable widget is provided by weflive.com produced by KPMG International.

Google+

Follow the Annual Meeting on our Google+ page, with over 1.9 million followers

Forum:Blog

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Read expert insight and commentary on the Forum:Blog. With over100 participants blogging throughout the Annual Meeting the Forum:blog will provide unique platform for sharing ideas. Blog contributors will include China’s Premier Li Keqiang, Nobel Laureates, and many more.

Video Webcasts

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During the Annual Meeting key sessions, press conferences and interviews will be broadcast live as webcasts on Forum Live (http://wef.ch/live). This year, you can also join the conversation live with other viewers from around the world on our conversation tool just below each video. Feel free to embed any of the livestream video feeds and/or conversation widgets.

Key sessions will be streamed live on http://wef.ch/am14. Immediately after each session, the videos will be available on our website (http://www.weforum.org/am14/webcasts), and can be watched on demand on YouTube (http://wef.ch/videos) and in Chinese on Youku (http://wef.ch/youku).

Livestream Programme

The full programme of Annual Meeting 2014 sessions gives details of all sessions that will be broadcast.

Livestream Programme embeds

Find the code for embedding live and on-demand video below:

https://webcasts.weforum.org/widget/1/davos2014?fs=1

Full embed details are here.

Photographs on Flickr

A selection of the best pictures taken at the Annual Meeting will be made available free of charge under the creative commons licence (cc-by-sa) on Flickr (http://wef.ch/am14pix). All photos from the Annual Meeting are also available from our official photographers, Swiss-Image (http://wef.ch/pics).

Youku

Session videos in Chinese will be made available on Youku (http://wef.ch/youku).