Demand for Prostitutes Spikes in Davos as World Economic Forum Begins: Reports

Sex services are reportedly in high demand.

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The demand for prostitutes and escorts has reportedly spiked in Davos, Switzerland, which is currently hosting the World Economic Forum’s annual conference.

Sex services are reportedly in high demand in Davos this week, with multiple publications reporting numerous prostitutes and escorts as descending on the Swiss ski resort as it hosts the annual conference of the World Economic Forum.

The spike in demand is not unexpected, with The Times publishing an exposé back in 2020 on the annual meeting, describing it as a “den of prostitution and predators” with professional sex workers attending Davos in large numbers.

Things do not appear any different this year, with multiple publications speaking to sex workers and escort agencies who are attending the event this week.

“So far we have eleven reservations and 25 inquiries for the coming week. But I assume that there will be more,” the managing director of one escort service told Swiss paper 20 Minuten, who told the publication that his employees could be contracted for as many as three days straight to serve clients.

“For example, our women have already been brought to Davos by diplomats and company bosses,” the manager continued. “Some also book escorts for themselves and their employees to party in the hotel suite.”

Another escort — referred to as Liana in reports — also confirmed she had multiple clients requesting her services at the event, telling the German publication Bild that sex workers often wear smart clothes so they do not stand out amidst those attending the conference.

“There are strict controls, you can’t get into some hotels,” Liana reportedly described, divulging some of her experiences with German and American customers at the event.

“Unfortunately, Germans are stingy when it comes to tips,” she reportedly complained, saying that she prefers it when she is contracted out by Americans and Britons.

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