20 Entrepreneurs and Executives Featured on Forbes List of Asia’s Most Powerful Businesswomen
As the world grapples with new socioeconomic scenarios, women executives and businesswomen in the Asia-Pacific region remain undeterred. They are moving forward with new businesses and rising to prominent positions in some of the largest and most prestigious companies in the region.
The list Forbes Asia’s Power Businesswomen This year’s event brings together 20 leaders working across a wide range of sectors, including finance and banking, real estate, technology and commodities.
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Some have risen through the corporate hierarchy to the top rung – becoming, in many cases, the first woman to assume these roles. Others are building their own empire or taking their family businesses to new heights.
All of them are newcomers to the list, adding to the network of business women who stand out in the region. They were selected for their achievements and track record as great business leaders.
See below some of the executives and entrepreneurs who appear on this year’s list of Asia’s most powerful women.
Check out the full list here.
*Research and reporting: Jonathan Burgos, Susan Cunningham, John Kang, Danielle Keeton-Olsen, Phisanu Phromchanya, Anuradha Raghunathan, James Simms, Jessica Tan, Yue Wang and Ardian Wibisono.
(translated by Fernanda de Almeida)