Tanya Beckett
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Davos: Can it really achieve anything tangible?

As the World Economic Forum opens in Davos, the BBC's Tanya Beckett asks whether this meeting is anything more than a talking shop.

Its founder and executive chairman Klaus Schwab argues that one benefit is that those attending can develop "emotional intelligence". Meanwhile successful entrepreneur Simon Woodroffe - the founder of YO! Sushi and YOTEL - says he can make better use of his week by floating ideas from home.

  • 19 Jan 2016
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