18 Women Entrepreneurs named for EY's Asia-Pacific Class of 2024

By: GWL Team | Friday, 29 March 2024

18 phenomenal women entrepreneurs have been named as members of the EY Entrepreneurial Winning Women™ Asia-Pacific class of 2024 declared by Ernst & Young (EY). This is a customized executive program that looks for and supports a few highly capable business owners who have established successful enterprises. It provides those female entrepreneurs with the mentorship and tools they need to realize their complete potential and grow their enterprises in a sustainable way. The program started in 2008 and has more than 900 female entrepreneurs at present who are establishing companies in 55 countries globally.

The program also carries some distinctive features, including regional representation of the Asia-Pacific nations such as Australia, Greater China, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea, and Sri Lanka from which these 18 exceptional women entrepreneurs belong. Impact on revenue and employment generation as their enterprises brought in over US$1.3 billion in 2023 and employed over 6,000 people.

These entrepreneurs manage fast-growing enterprises across diverse sectors, such as technology, consumer goods, real estate, and design, media, and entertainment. They also play a role in significant decision-makers managing their works and companies, showcasing assurance, conviction, perseverance, and business acumen. They have witnessed considerable development performing major transformations.

Further, EY aims to remove the barriers and empower female entrepreneurs into global leadership positions, assisting in accelerating their goals.