Bit China, Ge Yue Sheng, became the richest man after 90, and Chinese entrepreneurs average 29 years old.


Bit China, Ge Yue Sheng, became the richest man after 90, and Chinese entrepreneurs average 29 years old.

Hurun, the richest man in the post-90s generation, said Chinese entrepreneurs average 29 years old to start their own businesses.

The Beijing News Flash (reporter Chen Peng) in October 10th, 2018 Hurun rich list released. The list shows that the average age of entrepreneurs on the list is 55 years old, one year older than last year. However, there are more young faces in this year's rich list.

This year there are 132 "Post 80s" list, an increase of 32 over last year. 50 of them started from scratch, 11 more than last year. Huang Emei, 38, a newly listed alumnus of Zhejiang University, became the richest man from scratch after the 1980s with a wealth of 95 billion, followed by Zhang Yiming, 35, with a wealth of 65 billion.

This year's list of "85 after" has 56, an increase of 20 over last year. 11 of them started from scratch, 5 more than last year. Wu Chi Han, 32 years old, became the richest man after 85 years of self-made fortune and fortune 16 billion 500 million.

After 90, 10 came on the list, 4 more than last year. 2 of them started from scratch, 1 more than last year. Ge Yuesheng, 26, first became the richest man in the post-90s generation with $3.4 billion, followed by Daiwei, 27, ofo, with $3 billion.

"On average, Chinese entrepreneurs are 29 years old to start their own businesses," said Hurun, chairman and chief investigator of Hurun Baifu.


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