Escort services are booming at WEF’s Davos meeting
All local escort service providers are fully booked during the WEF week says Titt4Tat escort app owner.

Mike Campbell

January 16, 2024

WEF elites have more than business on their mind at the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) annual gathering taking place this week.

Escort services are booming at WEF’s Davos meeting

French outlet 20 Minuten reported that an app called “Titt4Tat” serves as an escort provider that allows WEF attendees to hook up with prostitutes with just a few clicks on their phone — and business is booming. 

“All local service providers are fully booked during the WEF week,” said the app’s owner B. Konrad. 

Some escorts simply provide non-sexual company to the lonely businessmen and politicians, offering their time for 4 or 12 hours for a “girlfriend experience.” Others are more explicit. 

“There are many customers in Davos who are not price-sensitive and who appreciate the privacy of our app all the more,” Konrad explained.

Some escorts are charging over $3,000 CAD per night.

Konrad also said that one escort managed to talk one of her WEF clients into giving her a job.

“An escort from Germany recently reported that she got a new job as a consultant for a large company through her contacts at the WEF,” she said.

“Customers are more demanding than our normal clientele”

Last year, Switzerland media outlets reported that escort services were fully booked for the WEF week.

“The customers are more demanding than our normal clientele. Above all, women with a model figure and top appearance are in demand,” the manager said. 

The theme for this year’s Davos meeting is “rebuilding trust.” After getting introduced by WEF leader Klaus Schwab, EU President Ursula von der Leyen told an audience on Tuesday that the biggest threat to humanity is “misinformation and disinformation,” while lauding the EU’s Digital Services Act recently brought into law.

“These risks are serious because they limit our ability to tackle the big global challenges we are facing” she said.

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