Two decades after founding her fashion brand, Xia Hua, Chairwoman of EVE Group, is now putting her high end menswear brand on the global fashion stage.
Entrepreneurs transform ideas into successful businesses but is this ability nature or nurture? CNBC asks successful business owners across Asia for their thoughts.
Jennifer Cheng, Founder & CEO, Chief Glam Girl, Glam-it!, describes how she made the switch from modeling into starting her own business. She also describes why Hong Kong is a ideal city for start-ups.
Pieter Walraven, Co-Founder of PIE, describes the firm's focus in providing chat solutions for teams and companies.
With famous parents who own Esquel Group and Harvey Nichols, CNBC's Emily Tan asks Dee Poon, Managing Director of PYE, what was the best advice she had from her parents.
Chatri Sityodtong, Founder and Chairman of Evolve Mixed Martial Arts, tells CNBC's Adam Bakhtiar why he gave up his Wall Street career to pursue a passion of mixed martial arts.
Lin Kobayashi, Co-Founder and Chair of the Board at the International School of Asia, Karuizawa, wants to nurture the next generation of leaders, but with an Asian perspective. CNBC's Kaori Enjoji reports.
Alexis Horowitz Burdick, Founder of Luxola, outlines opportunities in Southeast Asia's e-commerce space. She also discusses her expansion plans beyond its home market of Singapore.
In the latest edition of Entrepreneur Asia, Sohu's founder and CEO Charles Zhang tells CNBC the challenges he faced in being one of the early pioneers in China's internet space.
CNBC's Sri Jegarajah speaks to Neeraj Gupta, Founder and Managing Director of Meru Cabs, which is the single largest radio cab service in India, about how he formed his company.
Caroline Russell, CEO of Boh Plantations, speaks to CNBC's Julia Wood about the company's focus on maintaining dominance in its home market of Malaysia.
CNBC's Adam Bakhtiar speaks to Vietnamese-American entrepreneur Henry Nguyen about his quest to bring the Big Mac to Vietnam.
The world's second largest economy may be a huge market for many multinational companies but as Eunice Yoon reports in our final episode of Entrepreneur Asia, it's not the easiest market to be an entrepreneur.
CNBC casts the spotlight on the grand master of China's entrepreneurs: Liu Chanzhi, founder of Lenovo, the country's largest PC maker. He discusses what Beijing should do to create an innovation-based economy.
Meet Thaung Su Nyein, a new breed of Burmese, young, liberal, Western educated with a rare opportunity to pull his backward country into the modern age.
Ahead of the World Economic Forum's East Asia Summit in Myanmar, CNBC's Martin Soong spoke to Win Win Tint, managing director of the nation's top retailer, City Mart
The mind behind one of Indonesia's top investment firms describes how he bet on his own country.
Billionaire Ciputra is a household name in Indonesia and now, he's inspiring the next wave of entrepreneurs.
Stanley Thai, Founder and Executive Chairman of Supermax tells CNBC how he built the world's second largest glove maker.
One Hong Kong entrepreneur tells CNBC how she made it big in the competitive clothing industry.
As India's home delivery model thrives everything from banking to medical services is being offered in consumers' homes.
Kim Ki-hoon estimates he made about $14 million last year from his online language lessons and educational publishing company.
Promising startup hubs are springing up in Asia and it's only a matter of time before the local tech scene comes of age, one entrepreneur tells CNBC.
With the world becoming more interconnected, it’s getting harder to anticipate and manage global risks. We take a look at some of the biggest risks and ways to mitigate them.
From family-run companies to public companies with family ownership, we tackle challenges and rewards facing family businesses.
Inside the market's biggest sectors with a look at the trends, companies and trades netting profits for investors.
A look at some of the most eye-catching Ferraris from the "Race Through the Decades" exhibit.
After someone placed a $9 million sell limit order for 30,000 bitcoins, the community has begun to mythologize the incident.
Some states' residents are better at preparing for retirement than others. Is your state among the least ready?