Davos, Switzerland. May 29, 2020 - World Communications Forum Association was the organizer of a First Davos Online Communications Forum, which took place on Zoom April 2020 with 145 participants from 42 countries. The title of the Summit was "Crisis in the societies, crisis in the industry" and discussed in detail the current situation in the business globally.
All the participants accepted a special document called Tenets for Responsible and ethical business.
The document was initiated by Cesare Valli, a well-known PR professional from Italy and was edited and amended by Solly Moeng from South Africa, Jon_Hans Coetzer from Portugal, and professor Jacqueline Strayer from the US. The main points of the Tenets were taken from the speeches presented at The Summit.
The Tenets were signed by 62 people from 36 countries from all continents, all of the top communications leaders in their companies, countries, or international organizations. Every communications professional can also sign the Tenets.
"It was a great event and all were happy to have such a distinguished top professional both as speakers and as participants. There were Communications Forums in Davos, Switzerland for the past 10 years and they were always among main global PR, Marketing, and Social Media events. Today - more than ever - it is important to keep together, to meet, and to discuss, public communications are changing literally every day and all must keep an eye on that changes constantly - Maxim Behar, WCFA President said
The World Communication Forum Association (WCFA) was registered in Davos, Switzerland in November, 2014, upon the initiative of a group of dedicated communicators from Europe, Asia and Latin America.
WCFA is a non-profit organization governed by the official Statutes and also by Articles 60 of the Swiss Civil Code. The association is an organization of unlimited duration. It is neutral politically, non-denominational, with a head office in Davos.