Markus Karlsson takes the temperature of Africa's business climate during the annual meetings of the African Development Bank in Marrakesh. This event brings together businessmen and women from around the continent together with politicians.
Markus Karlsson talks to investor-turned-philantropist Nicolas Berggruen. He built a fortune on making clever investments and he's now set his sights on improving the way the world is run. He's also made a name for himself as the 'homeless billionaire' after he solds his homes and many of his worldly possessions back in 2000.
Marianne Abib-Pech is French but she calls herself a product of corporate America. She used to work in finance for companies like General Electric and Shell. Now she focuses on entrepreneurship and human capital. She is the author of the "Financial Times Guide to Leadership". How do you become a good leader? Can just about anyone do it?
He's made a name for himself organising meetings for the global elite. Richard Attias produced the World Economic Forum in Davos, and was part of the Clinton Global Initiative. Now at the head of his own company, Richard Attias and Associates, he has created the New York Forum Africa. He talks to France 24's Markus Karlsson about African growth.
Confusing maps, traffic jams and road works... Our guest has built her career out of those annoyances. Corinne Vigreux is one of the four founders of the navigation company TomTom. But as smartphones and even tablet computers begin offering similar services, will the company remain relevant? She speaks to Markus Karlsson on The Business Interview.