Has this year's World Economic Forum meeting in the Swiss ski resort left us with a bitter taste, or is there something to celebrate? Plus good news from Scotland's social enterprises. The editors' view from this week's Pioneers Post newsletter.
Social innovators were celebrated and corporates committed to work with social enterprises – but as the rich and powerful gathered in Davos, Oxfam shared a dark picture of rising inequality and called for a wealth tax.
The power of the social economy to address global crises will be pushed on to the agenda of the World Economic Forum this week, as a landmark report is presented to global leaders when they meet in Davos.
Mask-free and ready to mingle: sustainable capitalism takes centre stage at government-backed pilot event in Liverpool – with organisers aiming to create a festival vibe “without the private jets” and a “radical rethink” of business events.
"Men still run the world." Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook's Chief Operating Officer, talks bluntly during the first morning of the World Economic Forum this week. Also up for discussion in Davos is multinational supply chains and entrepreneurship.