Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia Nominations for Class of 2019

For the fourth year in a row, Forbes is looking for the brightest young innovators and Asian entrepreneurs to join the ranks of its global U-30 community, one of the world’s most exclusive gatherings.😮

Since its launch in 2016, the annual 30 Under 30 list in Asia has featured prominent figures from more than 24 Asia-Pacific countries. From familiar names like K-pop BTS group, Rich Brian and Liu Wen to founders of successful start-ups and social entrepreneurs, the list has highlighted millennia that impact and transform their industries in the region.

For 2019, Forbes is looking for 300 more young leaders who drive change in Asia.

If you think you have what it takes to be on the list – or know someone who does – you can apply online via the link given before Friday, December 7, 2018.

Advantages of this Program:

Check the official l for details of the benefits.


Age threshold: To be eligible for the 2019 list, the candidate must be under 30 years of age on December 1, 2018 (born on or after January 1, 1989).

Countries included: The list of 30 under 30s in Asia covers the entire Asia-Pacific region, including Australia, New Zealand and Oceana, with the exception of the Middle East. All those who reside in the region and whose activity and impact are mainly in these countries are eligible, regardless of their country of origin or nationality. Since Forbes does not repeat, those who made one of the Forbes 30 lists less than 30 previously are not eligible to be re-nominated.

Categories: The list covers 10 categories in total. These are:

Finance and venture capital;

Consumer technology;

Enterprise technology;

Industry, manufacturing and energy;

Media, marketing and advertising;

Retail trade and electronic commerce;

Health and Science;

Social entrepreneurs;

The arts (Art & Style and Food & Drink); and

Entertainment and sports.

Co-Founders: If a company has more than one founder, we consider all co-founders who are under 30 as a joint appointment.

Eligible regions: Asia-Pacific region, including Australia, New Zealand and Oceana, with the exception of the Middle East.


Apply online via the given link.

Registration deadline: December 7, 2018



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