Grab co-founder Tan Hooi Ling enters Forbes Asia Power Businesswomen 2019 list

She is among the 25 women named in the list.


Ashley25 Sep, 2019

Grab co-founder Tan Hooi Ling enters Forbes Asia Power Businesswomen 2019 list

Grab co-founder and COO Tan Hooi Ling (pic) is among the 25 women named in Forbes’ 2019 Asia’s Power Businesswomen list.

The 2019 Asia’s Power Businesswomen list announced yesterday, highlights 25 of the region’s outstanding women in business.

Grab founders, Tan Hooi Ling (left) and Anthony Tan (right).

Tan, together with co-founder, Anthony Tan, has collectively raised over US$9 billion since Grab was launched back in 2012 in Malaysia.

Grab is currently headquartered in Singapore and operates in 336 cities. 

“By profiling the outstanding women, Forbes Asia aims to highlight their achievement in the business world and present them as both powerful and empowering so that their success may inspire all our readers, ” Rana Wehbe, editor of the list said.

AshleyAuthor

Head of Business Development & Growth at BEAM

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