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(CNN) -- Saturday, January 25, the last day of this year's Davos gathering, will bring plenty of inspiration to draw upon in the year to come.
We'll be watching these guests:
At 0915CET/0315ET, Huffington Post's editor Arianna Huffington asks Paul Bulcke, the CEO Nestle, Joseph Jimenez, the CEO of Novartis, the director of American National Institutes of Health Francis S. Collins and the Colombian Finance Minister Mauricio Cardenas for their opinion on public health and its role in development and growth.
Focus will turn to European banking at 1230CET/0630ET with German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schauble, EU's Economic commissioner Olli Rehn, and Jeroen Dijsselbloem, the President of the Euro Group discussing how should Europe's banking system be reformed.
One of the highlights of this year's Davos, a discussion on Global Economic Outlook 2014, starts at 1400CET/0800ET. With central bankers Mark J. Carney (UK), Haruhiko Kuroda (Japan) and Mario Draghi (ECB), IMF's chief Christine Lagarde and German finance minister Wolfgang Schauble discussing what should be at the top of the agenda for the global economy in the year ahead, this is a must-see event.
Christine Lagarde will stay on at 1530CET/0930ET to talk about women and their role in inclusive growth. She'll be joined by Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, the Executive Director of UN Women and Sheryl Sandberg, the COO of Facebook.
In the grand finale, The Global Agenda discussion starts at 1645CET/1045ET. Featuring Rockefeller Foundation President Judith Rodin, Yahoo's Marissa Mayer, and CEOs of some of the biggest companies in the world, this debate will look the emerging issues of 2014, and their implications for the global economy and their industries.
The World Economic Forum meeting then draws to a close at 1745CET/1145ET with a multimedia performance, chaired by WEF founder by Klaus Schwab, who'll be joined by Jim Wallis, the president of Sojourners and cellist and composer, Zoe Keating.