Richest women in Singapore presents in detail three successful life stories of powerful women who became a role model for their generation. Will and struggle are the key factors in reaching the top but perseverance is the only advantage which can keep you on that position.
Regardless the industry that made them famous, our Richest women in Singapore had to face an entire series of good and bad choices but also an increased pressure when taking and important business decision.
Chong Phit Lian – CEO of the Singbridge Corporate
Chong Phit Lian is one of the top Richest women in Singapore who struggled for years with the harshness of life. Her story begins in a small city called Kulai located in the south of Malaysia, close to Singapore. Ever since she was a child, work has always been her main activity, being mostly on the rubber plantation with her father.
Years passed by and Chong Phit Lian choose to study the Polytechnic Institute in Singapore, a journey that will change her life. During university years, she had to face the hard living and the ugly truth life shows us sometimes, as her father died and money to continue her studies were nowhere to be found.
Working in part time jobs and even borrowing money from relatives, our top Richest women in Singapore celebrity has managed to graduate and to face another cruel reality : death of her two brothers.
Chong Phit Lian’s first job was in the industry of constructions and engineering, a place where her increased desire for work made her achieve managing positions.
The big surprise came in 2006 when she was named the CEO of Jetstar Asia, one of the biggest airways companies in Asia. Having a great success in leading the company to its best goals, Chong Phit Lian moved on to the next level of becoming the CEO of Singbridge Company in 2012, a decision which placed her as one of the Richest women in Singapore.