The youngest daughter of the clan Kardashian-Jenner has been named for the second consecutive time the multi-billion dollar younger for your winnings of US$ 1,000 million with her brand of makeup Kylie Cosmetics, which makes it one of the 2.095 people in the world who has a fortune of ten digits.
The list of billionaires of magazine ‘Forbes’ includes only ten people under thirty years of age whose fortunes added up to US$ 15.700 million. Among them, in addition to Kylie Jenner, is also the co-founder of Snapchat, Evan Spiegel, who has 29 years of age and accumulated US$ 1,900 million in her personal account.
‘Forbes’ recognized the youngest of the Kardashian as an entrepreneur who has managed to get your business pulse although coming from a wealthy family. In addition, she confirmed its first place in the list of billionaires youngest in the world with the agreement that Jenner signed last November, in which she sold 51 % stake of her brand to the American multinational of beauty Coty Inc., for US$ 600 million.
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With the agreement closed in January 2020, Kylie Jenner was in charge of directing the creative efforts and the ‘marketing’ of the brand. The thriving business of Jenner has been strengthened thanks to the strong presence in social networks of this celebrity and the brand of her surname, which is a ‘boom’ in the entertainment industry.
Just at the beginning of 2020, Kylie expanded the production of her cosmetics brand with a line of facial care which started to promote as Kylie Skin. What, without doubt, has contributed to increasing their profits and recognition among consumers. As has been said the businesswoman, the products were sold out as soon as they came out to the sale.
The traditional list of billionaires in ‘Forbes’, which this year was published on the 8 of April, is led by the founder of Amazon, Jeff Bezos, who has an estimated fortune of US$ 113,000 million. The list also includes billionaires Colombians as the banker Luis Carlos Sarmiento Angulo, owner of the Grupo Aval, with a fortune of US$ 9,000 million; and the owner of the Gilinski Group, Jaime Gilinski Bacal, with a fortune of US$ 3,400 million.