The Gen.T List 2022 In Numbers: Asia

By Chong Seow Wei

Here are a few key stats about the young leaders across Asia on this year's list

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The Gen.T List 2022 is scheduled to launch on our website on October 3.

Before then, here's a sneak peek at some of the details about the honourees across Asia on it and how the list was put together this year. 

31.5

The average age of this year’s honourees. Only individuals under the age of 40 are eligible for inclusion. 

Read more: How Do You Get On The Gen.T List?

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2021 honouree Chris Liang, founder and tattoo artist of Gestalt Ink
Above  2021 honouree Chris Liang, founder and tattoo artist of Gestalt Ink

220

The number of honourees this year out of 300 who are owners of their companies. This makes up 73 percent of the Gen.T List 2022.

121 

Out of the 300 honourees, 121 of them are women, or more than 40 percent. The Philippines has the highest proportion of female honourees this year, at 49 percent.

16

The number of unicorns—companies valued at over US$1 billion—run by honourees on the list.

US$5.97 billion

The total amount of disclosed funding that companies helmed by this year’s honourees attracted between January 2021 and June 2022.

Read more: How To Start Your Own Company, According To Founders From The Gen.T List

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2021 honouree Kuhan Pathy, co-founder of Masala Wheels
Above  2021 honouree Kuhan Pathy, co-founder of Masala Wheels
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2021 honouree Queenie So, founder and CEO of Syzygy
Above  2021 honouree Queenie So, founder and CEO of Syzygy

42

The number of experts on the Tribe, our panel of industry heavyweights who helped nominate and vet candidates for the list. 

785

The size of the long list from which the final list of honourees was selected.

The number of months taken to put together this year’s list.


The Gen.T List 2022 is sponsored by Credit Suisse.

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