It can be easy to fall into the mindset that our island communities are less affected by the wider issues facing the world today. From climate change to social justice, geopolitical uncertainty to economic turbulence, the world faces an unprecedented challenge. Though we may be comparably small, our Crown Dependencies are certainly not immune.

The World Economic Forum (WEF) Annual Meeting takes place in Davos, Switzerland, from 16-20 January 2023 — with the theme ‘Cooperation in a fragmented world’ — emphasising the importance of global conversation where no one is left behind. 

This applies equally to our islands as it does the rest of the world. Though we may be geographically fragmented between Jersey, Guernsey and the Isle of Man, we nonetheless face the same challenges on how to tackle rising inflation and cost of living, reducing our carbon emissions and working to make our communities safer, more inclusive and socially just.

Leaders from around the world participate at WEF to engage in critical dialogue that bring key issues to the global stage. At KPMG in the Crown Dependencies, our pan-island reach allows us to attract a broad range of professional talent and champion public-private cooperation in harnessing new technology to achieve net zero. By unifying our island communities we can succeed in our cooperation to help build a more sustainable future. Together. For Better.



Sustainable growth can lead to a successful and resilient business.


Modeling net-zero cities through digital twins


Technology and digital transformation

VR goggles

Digital transformation offers an opportunity to rethink how the world does business.


Talent and future of work

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Traditional ways of working are changing and the future of work looks different to everyone.