The Gen.T List 2021 In Numbers: Southeast Asia
We will begin releasing the names of the honourees on the Gen.T List from September 3, starting with the entrepreneurs and young leaders from Hong Kong.
In the meantime, the identity of the people on the list remains under wraps. But we can reveal some details about the make-up of the list as a whole. Here are some stats on the honourees from Southeast Asia on the Gen.T List 2021.
The average age of this year’s honourees from Southeast Asia. Only people under 40 are eligible for inclusion.
The number of unicorns—a company valued at more than US$1 billion—run by honourees from Southeast Asia on the list.
The combined number of Instagram and Weibo followers the 2021 Southeast Asia honourees have between them.
The total amount of disclosed funding companies helmed by this year’s Southeast Asia honourees attracted between January 2020 and June 2021—the window of time we assess when looking at a candidate’s credentials.
The total number of honourees from Southeast Asia on the Gen.T List of 300 Leaders of Tomorrow.
The number of experts from Southeast Asia on the Tribe, our panel of industry heavyweights who nominate and help vet candidates for the Gen.T List.
The size of the longlist of names from Southeast Asia we arrived at after our initial vetting, before finally whittling the list down to 154 from the region.
130 of this year’s Southeast Asia honourees, or 84 percent, own their companies.
The number of 2021 honourees from Southeast Asia running family-owned companies.
The number of Southeast Asia honourees who have been on a previous edition of the Gen.T List. The main criteria for the list is achievement in the last 18 months. Candidates are considered for repeat inclusion if they have had significant achievements since their last appearance on the list.
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