As it happens in innovative environments full of inspiration all around, there are never enough young people with drive and lust. Forbes, which publishes an annual list of the most famous in the world of smart, purposeful and creative people, knows this indeed.
Slovak Forbes published its list of young superheroes and superheroines less than a month ago. However, we can only now admire the European version of this ranking. Good things take a long time to come, and that is also true in this case.
This year’s edition focused primarily on inclusion and diversity in many areas, combined with the right character, and the integrity that each member of the ranking carries proudly on their shoulders.
Europe is going through a difficult time and these nominees show how change for the better can be made more inclusive, more innovative and simply better.
The list features 10 industries and sectors from 30 European countries, and Forbes asked for approval from some of Europe’s biggest and most recognizable names – Adele, Spotify CEO Daniel Ek, Marcus Rashford, and more.
It’s also worthwhile to focus on new names that we don’t know much about and don’t see everywhere, however they are constantly and unstoppably working on their ideas and improving, beautifying, digitising, facilitating the future for the whole world.
- 27 is the average year
- 59% are Co-founders
- 1% identified as non binary, 41% as female, 58% as male
- More than 2 billion raised
- London, Berlin, Paris, Munich, Stockholm are the headquarter locations
- And the work log of these under30s are in average 62h/week