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Davos theme

Accelerating the sustainable enterprise: Resilient | Innovative | Collaborative

At TCS, we believe enterprise will be at the heart of building a more sustainable future. The role of business in creating a more prosperous, inclusive, and greener future has never been more important, and businesses are increasingly rallying to this call. More than 85% of large corporations have already made net-zero pledges and are working on their execution plans to decarbonize, use more renewable sources of energy, and create greener supply chains. TCS is proudly working with leading companies in all sectors to leverage the power of digital technologies to forge a path towards a better future for people and the planet. The companies that will define the future need to be resilient, innovative, and collaborative. Davos is a platform that deepens this collaboration.


Besides being efficient, organizations must also be resilient across operations and be able to respond rapidly to new challenges and opportunities.


The value of innovation, and an organization’s ability to be innovative, has evolved from solving problems to becoming an enabler of sustainable transformation.


An organization’s success relies on its ability to collaborate and foster strong partnerships, and grow around purpose-led ecosystems.

TCS at Davos

Improving the state of the world

Each January, the world's foremost leaders from business, government, media, academia and civil society gather in Davos, Switzerland, for the Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum. It’s a platform for discussing, understanding, and finding solutions to the biggest challenges facing the world.

Strategic partner to World Economic Forum

TCS is engaged on multiple fronts towards the forum’s mission of ‘improving the state of the world'.
The Tata Group and TCS will present at Davos with their leadership team, including Mr. N. Chandrasekaran, the Executive Chairman of Tata Sons, Mr. Rajesh Gopinathan, MD and CEO of TCS, Mr. N G Subramanian, Chief Operating Officer of TCS and several other senior leaders.

We look forward to engaging with the 2800 delegates from across the world, to drive more collaboration and cooperation on common opportunities and challenges. TCS will particularly be focusing on the collaborative effort that all organizations need to take on sustainability and climate action, which will be reflected in the theme it will bring to Davos.



20:00 - 22:00 CET

Event: TCS Global Reception

TCS will gather over 400 leaders from business, government, media, and academia to celebrate the connections that bind us. The dome-shaped venue will be converted into a Sustainable Planet, using augmented reality and advanced imagery to create harmonious sky, forest, and ocean environments, highlighting how rich nature is when it’s in harmony, and the vital role we have in protecting it.

Location: TCS Dome, Panorama Hotel, Davos



10:15 - 11:00 CET


Event: India’s Road to a $10 Trillion Economy 

India has significantly expanded its geopolitical profile by driving global action in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and climate change, and through breakthroughs in technology and innovation. From financial sector reforms to developing new industries, what concrete actions will drive India’s economic transformation over the coming decade? 

Speakers: Natarajan Chandrasekaran,  Executive Chairman, Tata Sons, Ashwini Vaishnaw, Minister of Railways; Minister of Communications; and Minister of Electronics and Information Technology, Ministry of Railways of India, Smriti Zubin Irani, Minister of Women and Child Development, Ministry of Women and Child Development of India.

Moderated by: Shereen Bhan, Managing Editor, CNBC-TV18

Location: Kurpark, Aspen 3 

13:30 - 14:30 CET

Event:  Building Resilience in the Global Electronics and Semiconductor Supply Chain. 

An Invest India Roundtable. 

Speakers:  N G Subramaniam, Chief Operating Officer, Tata Consultancy Services, will participate in a roundtable with leading CEOs of Semiconductor and Electronics firms, hosted by Invest India.



10.30 - 11.10 CET

Event: Digitization and opportunities in Emerging Technologies

Speakers: Rajesh Gopinathan, Chief Executive Officer and Managing  Director, Tata Consultancy Services will participate in a roundtable with senior business leaders.

Location: India Lounge, Promenade 68, Davos

12.30 - 13.30 CET

Event: “Tomorrow’s Talent Agenda” – a roundtable of CEOs and CHROs hosted by Randstad in partnership with TCS. 

Speakers: Sapthagiri Chapalapalli, the Head of TCS Europe will participate in a roundtable hosted by the CEO of Randstad, Sander Van ’t Noordende. 

Location: TCS Panorama Lounge, Davos, Switzerland


Keep warm in Davos with a hot drink.

A belief in sustainable sourcing:
Tata Consumer Products unites the food and beverage interests of the Tata Group under one umbrella. Tata Tea is India’s largest packaged tea brand, with one in every three Indian households enjoying its extensive range. Our global production operations send zero waste to landfill and are signed up to the India-US-EU plastics pact. 

Tata Coffee is one of the world’s largest integrated coffee cultivation and processing companies. All our cultivation practices conform to globally accepted standards of sustainable practice, such as mapping of soil nutrition, significant use of renewable power and rainwater harvesting.


The TCS Reception is an invite-only event held during the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos.

The TCS Reception is an invite-only event held during the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos. It brings together more than 400 global leaders from business, government, academia, media and civil society to encourage collaboration in efforts to tackle the biggest challenges the world faces.

The dome-shaped venue will be converted into a Sustainable Planet, using augmented reality and advanced imagery to create harmonious sky, forest and ocean environments, highlighting how rich nature is when it is in harmony, and the vital role we have in protecting it.

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