The Forbes 30under30 list is out for 2022, and out of the 30, there are many technopreneurs who made it to the list. These young entrepreneurs have disrupted several industries, bringing many innovative solutions. An introduction to some of these entrepreneurs and how they made it to the list.
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Neetu Yadav and Kirti Jangra
Animall – Online Pashupalak Parivaar
These young girls chose a category that needed attention for a country like India where a majority of the population live in rural or small towns. Their online platform, Animall, is primarily focused on building peer-to-peer cattle trading – and within a short span of 1.5 years, they have reached more than 6 million dairy farmers.
SLICE – FinTech Company
Rajan Bajaj, the company’s founder and CEO, has always wanted to be a unicorn before he is 30. At the age of 28, he has accomplished this by establishing a business focused on providing credit to Generation Z and millennials.
Sowmay Jain, Samyak Jain
INSTADAPP – Building DeFi Infrastructure
At a time when blockchain-backed cryptocurrencies and Decentralized Finance have emerged as the most powerful technology in the world, these two bothers established a finance platform that allows people to lend and borrow funds from others or even earn interest in savings-like accounts.
YELLOW.AI – Conversational AI Platform
Yellow.AI was established in 2016 and since then the company has grown over by 470 percent. It now has over 700 customers throughout the world. He believed the scope for implementing AI-powered automation solutions across channels is huge, and brands are truly focused on a genuine engagement with their customers.
TechBurner Shorts – Content Platform
His YouTube channel TechBurner has 7.5 million subscribers. Shlok basically focuses on tutorials on technology, product reviews, and life hacks. His company, Burner Media, develops social media content and runs a few websites and five apps with over two million downloads.