It’s that time of the year again and this time, 2,755 individuals made the Forbes’ World Billionaire List of which 328 happen to be women. This is a significant increase from 241 women who made the 2020 list. These women are either self-made billionaires or heirs who inherited a fortune. Whatever the case may be, they have one thing in common and that’s the drive to keep pushing and multiplying their wealth through hard work and strategic re-investments.

Joining the Forbes’ world richest women 2021 are prominent new entrants like Keiko Erikawa, video game developer and founder of Koei Tecmo, Bumble dating app co-founder Whitney Wolfe Herd (the world’s youngest self-made billionaire).  Reality star and beauty mogul, Kim Kardashian and 61 other women also scored major dollar gains and earned a spot on the coveted list.

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