Over 2,500 public officials, CEOs, academics and media will descend on the Swiss town of Davos over the next three days. How does the full list break down?
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2,655 people are on the official list of Davos attendees, including billionaires, royalty and even a professional baseball player.
Among the British delegates are George Osborne and Boris Johnson, as well as Sir Tim Berners Lee and Tony Blair.
Almost two thirds of attendees – 65% – are involved in business, with CEOs alone accounting for one in four of all those at the forum.
The next largest group consists of public officials and those from the non-profit sector, whose combined number makes up 18.5% of delegates.
The media – specifically those attending the World Economic Forum for reporting purposes – account for another 8.7%, slightly more than academics (6.9%).
The remaining 22 individuals are predominantly involved in the arts. There are several authors and musicians, and Charlize Theron is attending in her capacity as founder of her eponymous Africa Outreach Project.
The only attendee we were unable to assign to any of the above categories was New York Yankees captain Derek Jeter. According to Liz Calman, an anchor at the Fox Business Network, Jeter will have lunch with Pepsi’s CEO while in Davos.
The full list of attendees is below – can you spot any other surprises?
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