Connectivity has become the norm nowadays for most of the people around the globe. To be connect with anyone, anywhere, and anytime has revolutionized most of the traditional orders on a global scale. Businesses can be done on the go, you can see people from across the world at the push of a button, you don’t need to talk to anyone to order food, you can just read subtitles when watching a foreign show speaking in a language the makes no sense to you, you can order goods from foreign countries and expect them to be delivered in atleast a week, and so much more.
Then there are those who capitalize on the idea that they could make money out of that connectivity trend. They start small but quickly expand since for many of them they’re no longer limited to doing business in one area; they’re doing their business all over the world. Their clients come in all the time, their services are alive 24/7 and 365 days a year, and their servers don’t take breaks. With business going on like that it is very easy to expand in what would take 20 years using the traditional system, would now only take four months (fastest recorded growth) at the very least. So let’s take a gander at the top business folk in Asia.