Forbes recently released the list of ’30 under 30 ‘where 600 individuals in 20 different industries.Four Pakistanis were listed in different categories including art and style, education, games, food, enterprise technology and media.
6 individuals of Pakistani origin have featured on @Forbes magazine’s ’30 under 30′ list.The list, which is released annually, features 600 individuals making strides in 20 different industries, including art,education, games, food, enterprise technology and media. #Pakistan pic.twitter.com/kKT9HBy3X3
— Arz-e-Pakistan (@Arze_Pakistan) November 16, 2017
According to Forbes, Raza Munir has been featured in Education category, he has provided affordable loans to 5,000 students enrolled in 60 schools.He named his startup CLimp Credit.
Sarah Ahmed has been featured in Forbes list and as a young entrepreneur. She started Warp + Weft which is described as, “a premium denim brand that weaves its own fabric to guarantee the best value and fit.”
Khizar is just 25 years old and featured in Forbes in Tech category. According to Forbes, He is the President of Tech Pakistan and educates and works to improve education in rural areas of Pakistan as a non-government organisation.
Enam is only 25 years old young guy who dropped out his PhD Program at Stanford University. He started Mediconnect, which is a healthcare provider platform in Pakistan, a startup that aims to scale and improve the quality of customer services.