My virtual Davos
Due to the BBC's rule about not sending zillions of people to the same event, I am not at Davos this year. However I can share with you highlights of today's programme.
7am. Pro-am Celebrity currency policy snow wrestling: Tim Geithner vs Wen Jia Bao.
9am. Aideed Valu, CEO of major consultancy firm reveals startling insight that tough times bring out the best in corporate global leadership.*
11am. Gordon Brown hails the birth of a new global order. Nouriel Roubini predicts 10 year slump.
12 noon. How the crisis is pushing a billion towards starvation in the developing world. Various religious leaders and celebrities in conversation.
1pm British themed Lunch. Whitstable Oysters (Protected Geographical Indicator); Scotch Beef (PGI) Jersey Royal Potatoes (Protected Designation of Origin). Kentish Ale (PGI) Dorset Blue Cheese (PGI).
1.30 Discussion. Why we must avoid trade protectionism at all costs
2pm David Barcode, CEO of major supply chain management firm gives seminar: tough times mean only those who automate their supply chains will survive.
3pm Keynote: Vladimir Putin (please bring a torch to this venue and dress warm as the lighting and heating have been playing up)
3.20 Optional flight to Zurich for delegates' to make fact-finding tour of private banking district.
* For the ironically challenged I will point out this is meant to be a spoof.