In collaboration with DSM, the World Food Programme is present at the largest network event in Europe, the World Economic Forum in Davos Swtserland, to work on building a world without hunger.

During the World Economic Forum, more than 2,000 guest are welcomed in a multifunctional temporary accommodation of the World Food Programme of more than 500 m2 and decorated with presentation, meeting and dinner spaces, an internet café and a kitchen equipped for dinners for up to 120 people. Presentations are spread over more than 25 meetings, visited by guests amoung which; Ban Ki-Moon, Queen Maxima, us Secretary of State John Kerry, Dutch Prime Minister Rutte and long-time supporter of the World Food Programme, Princess Haya Al Hussein who received the 2015 Hunger Zero Award.

Hypsos signed for the design and realization of this event decor and all the audiovisual resources, both for DSM/WFP presentation as the ‘The Circulars Awards’. In just one night the whole setting had to be changed into the Gala Awards ceremony setting.