Communications firm Edelman released its annual Trust Barometer report last week to coincide with the gathering of world leaders at Davos. As the most influential, powerful and wealthy were gearing up for a week of talks focused on the future of capitalism and meeting the global goals, the Barometer provided stark insight into the challenges we face. Fifty-six percent of people believe capitalism does more harm than good. Forty-eight percent believe the system is not working for them. Most people feel pessimistic about their futures. And, perhaps most tellingly, the ‘trust gap’ – the difference in levels of trust between the ‘informed public’ (the wealthier and more educated), and the general population – is growing.