UNBOXED: The Davos swag bag!

Hello from Davos, Switzerland!

We are here at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, one of the world’s most prestigious and expensive conferences.

(In our shuttle we met a startup CEO who said he got a massive discount on his ticket to attend, and it still cost him $14,000.)

As with any glamorous event, there is a lovely swag bag for the attendees.

This is is my first time attending, but as executive editor of Business Insider, I am a media leader, and as such I have a slightly nicer bag than normal press people.

What’s in the bag? Come find out …

But first, let's take a look at BI HQ for the week!

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Here's a view from our HQ. Some men were shoveling snow off the roof of an adjacent building.

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Here's a peek inside one of our bedrooms...

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Some bunk beds for the folks that arrived late...

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And, the spacious suite for the diva of our group.

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The living room, featuring Alyson Shontell Snapchatting.

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And finally, a view from our place. Not bad!

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OK, now, on to the main event ... the swag bag!

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This is a really nice bag. It's wide open and spacious. Room for tons of stuff.

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It's one of those bags that has so many secret pockets and components you feel like you need an instruction manual just to get the most of of the bag.

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It even has one of those special removable sleeves just for a laptop.

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Now, let's see what's in here. It includes these attachments for my shoes so that I don't slip on the ground. Very considerate!

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An invitation to a few events ...

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A magazine about Arts and Culture.

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Some light reading!

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I'll be sure to get to this when I have some free time here at Davos.

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A lovely notebook. I have a giant collection of these hardcover notepads. I can never get myself to ever write notes in them. They just seem too nice for my bad handwriting and silly notes. Plus, I mostly use Evernote for notes. Still, this will make a nice addition to my collection.

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Official partner of WEF, DHL will let me mail a few letters home free of charge.

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A little map that opens up to be a big map. There's no way I'm going to be caught dead with a map. Don't want to look like a n00b!

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And finally, here's one last look at the full kit. Not bad!

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