Davos: A portrait of power

The world’s most powerful are gathering at the World Economic Forum. CEOs, heads of state… and musicians? The numbers, from women to religious leaders and more.

It’s the place that the world’s most powerful people meet to rub elbows and examine the world’s pressing problems… and maybe even boost album sales? US musician Pharrell Williams and Italian operatic tenor Andrea Bocelli will join presidents, prime ministers, kings, entrepreneurs and chief executives at the annual World Economic Forum gathering in Davos, Switzerland.

Have you ever wondered who really attends? BBC Capital breaks it down for you, from country delegates all the way down to the number of women and religious leaders.

Who is the most represented? And the least? Scroll down to see the answer. Follow BBC Capital’s Davos coverage, by columnist Lucy Marcus, for an insider’s view and exclusive coverage.