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This Malaysian Woman Made It Into Forbes’ '2019 Asia’s Power Businesswomen' List

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This Malaysian Woman Made It Into Forbes’ '2019 Asia’s Power Businesswomen' List

A powerful person indeed.


This piece of news proved that whatever a man can do, a woman can do it too.

That's because it was recently announced that a Malaysian woman made it to the Forbes’ '2019 Asia’s Power Businesswomen' list.

The woman is none other than Tan Hooi Ling, the co-founder and chief operating officer (COO) of e-hailing app Grab.

Well done, Hooi Ling.
According to a report by The Star Online, at the helm, Tan has raised over US$9bil (RM37.74 billion) since the app was launched in 2012.

Tan's responsibility also includes growing the e-hailing's market share in eight countries and 336 cities.

Judging by the work she has put in, no wonder she's picked as one of Asia's power businesswomen.

It is a prestigious list to be on.
The list highlights 25 of Asia’s top businesswomen, including entrepreneurs who have started their own business.

Other women who have made the list include the founder and CEO of Vietjet Aviation, Nguyen Thi Phuong Thao, founder and CEO of Wantedly, Akiko Naka and CEO of Chinese ZhenFund, Anna Fang.

Women, here’s your inspiration!

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