Opportunities in huge markets like China and India are undeniable to these globetrotters. From Ghana to South Korea or Iran to China – here are 10 under 30s crossing oceans to chase the Asian dream.
A travel enthusiast, Fah started Klook in 2014 as a platform to book tickets for attractions, destinations and tours at exclusive rates.
Ramping up quickly, Klook has expanded to 50 destinations in Asia and grown its team to 160 in seven locations, with annual revenue reaching $100 million. In 2015, Klook raised $6.5 million in funding from the likes of Matrix Partners and China Growth Capital.
With that in mind, he founded Machine Ventures, an incubator providing financial support and management guidance to startups.
One of the first companies it hatched is HeyKuya, a text-based personal assistant system with more than 35,000 users.