Top 10 young Chinese entrepreneurs defining the future
Updated: 2015-03-23 07:25
By He Yini(chinadaily.com.cn)
The era has come for the younger generations - the post 1990s, to be exact.
That's an immediate conclusion when you check out Forbes' annual list of 30 Under 30, presenting the greatest gathering of young game changers, movers and makers around the globe. They are, at the same time, innovative and brave challengers of industrial giants.
In China, the list is even more eye-catching as the central government has been calling for mass entrepreneurship, creations and innovations amid deepening economic reforms, a twin engine to drive the country during slowing economic growth.
The following are some of the standouts among Forbes China's list of 30 Under 30 this year, covering areas from mobile games, wearables, e-commerce, media, finance, traveling, to manufacturing.
Wang Xinwen, Founder and CEO of Lilith Technologies (Shanghai) Co Ltd. [Photo / yicai.com]
Wang Xinwen, 28
Founder and CEO, Lilith Technologies (Shanghai) Co Ltd
Mobile games, Shanghai
Wang founded the company with two others in May 2013 shortly after leaving China's internet giant Tencent Holdings.Dot Arena, his company's flagship mobile game, immediately became a hit nationwide. The game ranked third by downloads on the Apple Store only three months after launch, overtaking Tencent's spot on the top of the gaming list in China. The company's market value is estimated to exceed $5 billion so far.