The entrepreneurs and other luminaries who attended the World Economic Forum's 2016 meeting had plenty to say--and tweet--about their experience and the issues they discussed there.
During the three-day meeting, which concluded on Friday, nearly 3,000 leaders in business and economics from around the world converged on Davos, Switzerland, to encourage public-private partnerships aimed at solving some of the world's most difficult problems. It was a sprawling event with hundreds of formal and impromptu gatherings devoted to such issues as ending poverty, fostering workplace diversity, and the role of entrepreneurship in creating jobs.
Here's a look at some of the top tweets from the conference's attendees and organizers.
Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook's chief operating officer, made her pitch in Davos for more gender parity in the tech world, and everywhere else.
Economist Nouriel Roubini wanted to remind people that despite recent market volatility, things are OK.
#WEF. Is this 2008 all over again? No as leverage lower & tail risk risks moderate. But worse than temporary risk off episodes of the past-; Nouriel Roubini (@Nouriel) January 22, 2016
Nobel Prize winner and economist Joseph Stiglitz said in a panel that its time to pay attention to different measures of economic well-being.
Hamdi Ulukaya, chief executive and founder of Chobani, urged more entrepreneurial action on the global refugee crisis.
Mary Barra, CEO and chairwoman of General Motors, posited at the conference that it may be only a matter of time before all cars are electric.
Richard Branson, founder of Virgin Group, talked about how he's making positive changes in his own way.
Finally, Idealab founder Bill Gross offered his top 10 takeaways from the forum.