“As one of eight winners, I am very honoured to receive this award, which also is recognition of DYXnet's achievements in Greater China," said Lap Man, Founder & CEO of DYXnet. "Founded in 1999, DYXnet started with only several people and has quickly grown to more than 2,000 staff. In addition, the thousands of well-known enterprise customers from around the world also cheer the achievements of the Group and cast their votes on us.”
“Over the years I have experienced three cycles of ups and downs since founding DYXnet. I believe that this award can help inspire those interested in starting up their own businesses. Having a good understanding of the market and a positive attitude are vital to helping entrepreneurs face the tough challenges that lie ahead and move forward.”
The 8th World Summit of Chinese Entrepreneurs and the Excellence in Achievement of World Chinese Youth Entrepreneurs Award Presentation Ceremony were organized by the World Federation of Chinese Entrepreneurs Organization (WFCEO) and Yazhou Zhoukan. Co-organizers for the event included the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade, the Taiwan General Chamber Of Commerce and the Macao Trade and Investment Promotion Institute. The event is designed to promote ongoing communications among Chinese entrepreneurs around the world, enhance economic and trade cooperation between local entrepreneurs and their overseas counterparts.
Summit organizers especially created “The Excellence in Achievement of World Chinese Youth Entrepreneurs” Award to foster entrepreneurship, promote successful innovation, and the virtues of committing to public service that benefit all mankind. The evaluation committee for the “2011 The Excellence in Achievement of World Chinese Youth Entrepreneurs” comprised of overseas Chinese business community leaders, industry professionals, experts and scholars who were invited by the organizing committee. After an extensive review of candidates’ background information and reports submitted by nominating agencies, the evaluation committee carefully selected eight names out of over one hundred nominations to win the award.