Sanctuary hosts TechCrunch Davos 2016

January 21, 2016 Tradeshift Editorial Team

Arianna Huffington

Last evening at the Tradeshift Sanctuary in Davos, TechCrunch’s Editor-At-Large, Mike Butcher, kicked off a series of tech conversations covering a wide swath of topics ranging from digital payments, media, encryption and refugees, all against the backdrop of the fourth industrial revolution.

“We brought our tech media brand to Davos to unpack technology, unpack the biggest trends in the world, and to get some wonderful speakers up on the stage for you to hear today,” said Butcher.

Before the sessions got underway, Tradeshift’s Christian Lanng also took the stage to welcome everyone, making the point that the world should hear more about great tech innovators and disruptors. “I was in Davos last year for the first time and one of the things that struck me was how underrepresented tech was.”  

By teaming up with TechCrunch in the Sanctuary, we’ve created an open forum for bringing diverse perspectives on digital disruption from Arianna Huffington (Huffington Post), Jimmy Wales (Wikipedia), Ann Cairns (Mastercard), Marshall (PlanetLabs), Javier Aguera (Silent Circle), and many more.

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