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Forbes 8 most influential women in Asian tech

This year, the most powerful and influential women in Asia Tech have been ranked by Forbes. we advice you to read carefully as we give their names but not in orderly manner,

Here are the list below;

Zhou Qunfei Net Worth $6.5 Billion

Age: 50 years

Sourcce Of Wealth: CEO of Lens Technology

Zhou was born in China’s Hunan Province in 1970 and worked on the factory floor as a teenager. She founded Lens Technology, now a major touchscreen supplier to Apple, in Shenzhen in 2003. She had a net worth of $6.5 billion as of July 24, making her the world’s richest self-made woman, according to Forbes. Katherine Creel

Grace Wang Laichun Net Worth $9.1 Billion

Age: 57 Years

Source Of Income: Chair of Luxshare-ICT

Wang Laichun (Chinese: 王来春, born 1966/1967) is a Chinese billionaire, chairwoman and part owner of the electronics manufacturer Luxshare Precision Industry, in Shenzhen, China, which supplies parts to Apple.

Tan Hooi Ling Net Worth $9 Billion Dollars

Age: 35 Years Old

Source Of Wealth: Co-founder and COO of Grab (Originally MyTeksi)

A native of Malaysia, Tan earned an engineering degree from the University of Bath and an MBA from Harvard, where she met Grab’s co-founder. The 35-year-old Harvard MBA has led the company with cofounder Anthony Tan in raising over $9 billion dollars since launching in 2012. In March 2018, Grab bought Uber’s Southeast Asian operations in a deal worth ‘several billion dollars,? according Forbes.

Sun Yafang Net Worth: Unknown

Age: 31 Years Old

Source Of Income: Former Chairperson of Huawei Technologies

Sun Yafang, chairwoman of tech giant Huawei, topped Forbes China’s list of 100 outstanding businesswomen whose firms have created a total market capitalization of more than 7 trillion yuan (US$1.1 trillion).

Jean Liu Net Worth $21.7 Million dollars

Age: 40

Source Of Wealth: President of Didi Chuxing

A native of China, Liu, 40, studied at Peking University and earned a master’s degree in computer science at Harvard. After a decade at Goldman Sachs, Liu joined Didi in 2014 as chief operating officer. During Liu’s tenure, Didi secured investments from all three of China’s largest internet service companies — Baidu, Alibaba and Tencent.

It also bought Uber’s China operations in China and has announced a joint venture with the Japan’s Softbank. Liu is also on the boards of La Chapelle Fashion and China IKang Healthcare.

Lucy Peng Net Worth: $1.1 Billion Dollars

Age: 62 Years Old

Source Of Wealth: Chief executive of Lazada

A self-made billionaire and one of the founders of Alibaba Group Holding, Peng served as of chief executive of its payment arm Alipay and later as executive chairman of affiliate Ant Financial. In March she was named chief executive of Lazada, the Singapore-based e-commerce company owned by Alibaba. Katherine Creel

Dong Mingzhu Net Worth $22 Million Dollars

Age: 60 Years Old

Source Of Wealth: Chairwoman of Gree Electric Appliances

Dong’s path to the C-suite has been a winding one. Following her husband’s death, Dong found herself as a 30-year-old single mother raising a two-year-old son.

In 1990, she became an air conditioner saleswoman at Gree Electric Appliances. “I didn’t want other people’s sympathy,” Dong has said. “I just wanted to live a better life by relying on my own efforts.”

In her unlikely tenure as chairperson and president, Dong has turned Gree into a $22.2 billion company, but the air conditioning giant had a tough run in 2017, as Chinese home-appliance stocks have tumbled due to a slowing property market.

Jennifer Li Net Worth

Age: Under Review

Source Of Wealth: Chief Financial Officer of Baidu

Jennifer Li is the Chief Financial Officer of Baidu, the world’s largest Chinese-language search engine, sometimes referred to as “China’s Google.” The search operator, founded by search engine expert and entrepreneur Robin Li (no relation) in 2000.

The estimated Net Worth of Jennifer Li is at least $2.21 Million dollars as of the time of this post.

Forbes 8 most influential women in Asian tech

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