China Entrepreneur Magazine recently co-hosted the Global Mulan Forum, also known as the 10th China Business Mulan Annual Meeting, in Beijing, to present awards to top female business executives.
Wang Jingbo, CEO and founder of Noah Holdings Ltd, a leading wealth and asset management service provider, scooped the award for Most Influential Business Women in China.
A total of 10 influential businesswomen were named on this year's list, including Dong Mingzhu, chairman of Gree Group; He Qiaonü, chairman of Oriental Landscape; and, Peng Lei, chairman of the Ant Financial.
The forum rewards female entrepreneurs equipped with innovative spirit by comprehensively considering candidates' scale of enterprise; business turnover; industrial position; social influence; and, innovative and social responsibilities.
Wang established Noah Holdings with her team in August 2005. It was listed on the New York Stock Exchange, the first of its kind to do so in the U.S., in November 2010.
At the event, Wang spoke about how to embrace the future from the past and present, and how to experience job satisfaction.
"I seldom think about the future, because I often regard myself as someone living in the future. In addition, it can also help me to find my position correctly," Wang added.
The turnover of Noah Holdings reached 2.83 billion yuan in 2017, with the net profit of 864 million yuan belonging to its shareholders.
(Source: chinanews.com /Translated and edited by Women of China)