It turns out that in this world there are so many great women who have enormous wealth. They have even been called billionaires, most of them are artists who are in the entertainment world. It is not an easy thing to get to this stage, they must have experienced difficult things before.
With this ranking, we hope to give you a good view as well as constructive motivation so that you can be inspired by these three great successful female entrepreneurs.
1. Gina Rinehart
Number one is occupied by Gina Rinehart, a billionaire who is known as the richest person in Australia has a total wealth of $ 11.7 billion. Rinehart was chosen to be the heir to his family’s company after his father passed away in 1992. Since then, Rinehart began to learn how to manage this business until finally he could produce 30 million tons of iron ore per year.
2. Oprah Winfrey
You must know Oprah Winfrey because she often appears on your tv, right? Yes, that’s right, apart from being a famous emcee, it turns out that Winfrey is also involved in other fields, such as being a producer and philanthropist. As we know, her show entitled ‘The Oprah Winfrey Show’ has skyrocketed with many awards that have been won, even this show has survived in the entertainment industry for 25 seasons. With it all, Oprah Winfrey managed to amass a total wealth of $3 billion.
3. Folorunsho Alakija
In third place, one of the richest women managed to amass a total fortune of $2. Billion, he is Folorunsho Alakija. Alakija’s wealth is almost equal to that of Oprah Winfrey and Beyonce, though hers is still below them both. Alakija has more than one business to accumulate this wealth, his first business was Supreme Stitches and after his first business was successful, Alakija started to dare to invest in other places, such as in the oil industry and the printing industry. Have you been inspired by the three most successful female entrepreneurs?
All three of course have their own difficulties and ways to become the most successful female entrepreneurs, so you must also have your own phase to be that successful or even exceed their success.