Staff Writer
Apr 20, 2018

Meet China Digital A-List's class of 2018: Disruptors

This year's Disruptors 颠覆者 are shaking things up in the market.

Previously this week we announced China Digital A-List's Motivators 激励者 and Achievers 成就者 categories. Rounding out this year's results is the influential Disruptors 颠覆者 category.

Distuptors 颠覆者 have upturned the market with unconventional accomplishments. These are people who have taken risks, diversified themselves, transformed traditional industries and overcome obstacles to turn their visions into reality. The category highlights trendsetters, serial entrepreneurs and unconventional thinkers whose work has resulted in...

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