Hub Culture Davos Pavilion and ICEhouse 2016
10th Jan 2016
Returning for its 8th year, the Hub Culture Davos Pavilion is located at Promenade 93, Davos-Platz, in between the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting Congress Center and the Belvedere Hotel.
A curated community of members from the global Hub Culture community use the Pavilion as a base for collaboration, innovation and wonderful moments. Find maps and contact details here.
This wouldn’t be here without the vision of McDonough Innovation and SABIC, with SAP and support from great Strategic Partners: CNN, Cognizant, GE, MasterCard, Nielsen, Renault Nissan Alliance, and Technogym. Thank you!
These companies, along with our supporting partners, CA Technologies, eBay, Edelman, frog, Johnson & Johnson and Rockefeller Foundation have enabled Hub Culture to expand services and facilities for the benefit of all. Alcoa and Kartell are also pitching in. The best!
In addition, Hub Culture has developed a unique food experience with our roving pop-up Kaskäad Kitchen featuring chef Freddy Money and a new waste to food experience with Rockefeller Foundation, the Cocoa Hut and executive driver services with Renault Nissan Alliance, and the Mirror Box with Technogym - finally an *awesome* gym experience for Davos early risers!
Access to the Pavilion and ICEhouse is available exclusively to Hub Culture Partners, World Economic Forum staff, and the Cradle to Cradle circular economy community. All arrivals must have an active HubID, available from http://hubid.me.
HubID is Hub Culture's global digital identity solution, a developing identity intelligence service associated with Hub Culture in which members maintain ownership and control of their identity data while enabling verification by necessary authorities. All members also receive a Ven digital currency account with their HubID status. HubID is now in early trials to provide stateless and refugee peoples the world's first virtual identity management tools, proving wide application for such services all many points on the human spectrum from Davos to the world.