Alpha1Strategy launches G20 Davos Outlook for 2019

  • London, UK (22 January 2019): Global strategic consulting firm Alpha1Strategy on January 22 launched the inaugural G20 Davos Outlook for 2019, launched ahead of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

The G20 Davos Outlook is a global calendar of the most important political and economic milestone dates for G20 members, such as the USA, EU, China, Japan, the UK, India, Brazil, Russia, Indonesia, Turkey and Saudi Arabia, Alpha1Strategy said.

‘The G20 Davos Outlook is a groundbreaking yet very simple initiative, which fills a significant void which currently exists in the international community – a concise calendar of the most important dates for the forthcoming year,” said Talal Malik, the CEO of Alpha1Strategy.

‘It is now available as a critical resource for global policymakers, businesspeople, NGOs and the media.’

G20 economies account for 90% of gross world product, 80% of world trade, two-thirds of the world population and approximately half of the world area. Heads of States of G20 member countries are attending the World Economic Forum being held in Davos, Switzerland from January 22-25, 2019.

To access the G20 Davos Outlook for 2019, for the Calendar focus format, visit:

To access the G20 Davos Outlook for 2019, for the Country focus format, visit:

Alpha1Strategy is a global strategic consulting firm specializing in governance, strategic intelligence and influence. Alpha1Strategy has been recognised as a trusted adviser by some of the world’s most influential governments, institutions and people, including seven Head of State Offices of the G20.



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