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  1. The department store of the future. Shopping in Beijing.

    China's new middle class, numbering some 400 million people, will fundamentally change global trade. What are these people buying? How do they approach consumption? We accompany a young Chinese woman as she goes shopping – and catch a glimpse of our own future.

  2. Listen. Debate. Create. How to involve the Next Generation to safeguard the family legacy.

    Listen. Debate. Create. How to involve the Next Generation to safeguard the family legacy.

    Individuals who are about to take over the family business often feel that their family should have more open conversations about wealth and topics related to their business. Pulling together as a family can generate energies to successfully tackle make-or-break situations, as the new report "Creating a world with the Next Generation" shows.

  3. A unique partnership with upcoming change makers: The Global Next Generation Report

    A unique partnership with upcoming change makers: The Global Next Generation Report

    As the Next Generation faces the growing responsibility of inheriting their families' business, wealth or legacies, the report "Creating a world with the Next Generation", a collaboration between Credit Suisse and the Young Investors Organization (YIO), provides a unique look into the NextGen's expectations, needs and ambitions.

  4. The generation that wants to change the world. Now.

    The generation that wants to change the world. Now.

    At this year's WEF 2019, we met with the next generation of entrepreneurs, top managers of established multi-national businesses, investment professionals and global philanthropists. What do they all have in common? A mission to tackle the world's most pressing challenges.

  5. Evolving labor market. The impact of technological transformation.

    Evolving labor market. The impact of technological transformation.

    The future of work in the age of rapid technological change is of shared interest and concern. Our think tank examines it in detail.

  6. What happens in Davos shouldn't stay in Davos

    What happens in Davos shouldn't stay in Davos

    As the digital world changes the way we live and work, we are proud to partner with WEF 2019 to bring people together to think about the future. We are committed to connecting the next big ideas with the entrepreneurial thinking that will bring them to life. We accelerate the dialogue and transfer of knowledge between generations, so we can reimagine what progress looks like. And make it happen. Our mission is to enable the next generation of change makers to harness disruptive technology and put it to work for the good of tomorrow's world.

  7. Triumphing with the 4th industrial revolution: The desired professional skillset

    Triumphing with the 4th industrial revolution: The desired professional skillset

    The 4th industrial revolution is changing our working environments rapidly, creating more new job types. Having the right skillset for fulfilling the innovative demands secures professional success.

  8. Driven by a mission. How young investors are shaping the future.

    The purpose of wealth can differ widely. It can be managed exclusively for returns. Or it can be used to help solve the world's problems at the same time. Members of the next generation of influential families speak about their mission – and how they are about to achieve their goals.

  9. Money and its soft facts. Ensuring harmonious succession in families.

    Money and its soft facts. Ensuring harmonious succession in families.

    The meaning of wealth can vary across family generations: security for the first generation, freedom for the second, and often responsibility or even a burden for the third.

  10. How Family-Owned Companies Can Remain Successful across Generations

    How Family-Owned Companies Can Remain Successful across Generations

    Family-owned companies are one of the most important pillars of every economy. The drawback, however, is that only very few manage to remain successful across several generations. But that need not be the case.