When the business industry started growing in the early 1900s and especially, after 1970, there was a worldwide implication of massive level business expansion strategies. Male names have majorly dominated this competition, but there are a lot of women in this competition who have left their mark.
We are going to have a look at the top women entrepreneurs who made it on their own to the top of the industry. These women have not only lifted themselves in society but have also helped their fellows also secure a better position. These women have played a vital role in the development of the industry. They have been a source of inspiration for a vast amount of people because of the courageous steps they took.
Sophia Amoruso, the founder of Nasty
2. Martha Stewart
From a middle-class background to the director of one of the largest companies of all times, O
Zica Assis is exemplary for all those who consider social stereotypes as their barriers. Zica Assis had naturally curly hair like other Africans, but she went on to open her salon. Assis is the founder of Instituto Beleza Natural. Assis is also one of the top 10 most powerful businesswomen of Brazil. Assis started from the Ghettos of Africa and is now amongst the influential and well-known people of the world. She has set an example for all the women that the social and economic status of a person does not matter if the person is passionate for work.
Cher Wang is a Taiwanese businesswoman and a philanthropist. She is the perfect example of how a person can be wealthy but also care and act for their fellow human beings. Wang ranks as 54th among the most powerful women in the world by Forbes. Wang refused to accept the award of HKIAC arbitration and raised voice against the Chinese government using mobile technology chipsets for public surveillance. Wang has been one of those people who knows how to catch a cheater and raise v