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The World Economic Forum believes that innovation is critical to the future well-being of society and to driving economic growth. Launched in 2000, the Technology Pioneer community is composed of early to growth-stage companies from around the world that are involved in the design, development and deployment of new technologies and innovations, and are poised to have a significant impact on business and society.
The Forum recognizes a limited number of companies each year as Technology Pioneers and incorporates them into its initiatives, activities and events, where they bring cutting-edge insights to world-critical discussions. Companies selected in the past include: Airbnb, bluebird bio, Bloom Energy, Cyberdyne, Editas Medicine, Foundation Medicine, Google, Kaggle, Kickstarter, Mozilla, Palantir Technologies, Proteus Digital Health, Scribd, Spotify, Twitter, and Wikimedia
As the Organization for Public-Private Cooperation, the World Economic Forum provides the Technology Pioneers Community with a platform to engage with the public- and private-sector leaders and to contribute new solutions to overcome the current crisis and build future resiliency.
Technology Pioneers will engage with one or more of the Forum’s Platforms, as relevant, to help define the global agenda on key issues.
Who are the Technology Pioneers?
The Applications portal for the Technology Pioneers Community for the cohort of 2022 is closed. The application for the 2023 cohort will open in the summer of 2022.
If you have any questions, please refer to Technology Pioneers Community FAQ.
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