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An Inside Look At The Forbes 30 Under 30 2024 Enterprise Tech List


An Inside Look At The Forbes 30 Under 30 2024 Enterprise Tech List

Other notable names in the Forbes 30 Under 30 2024 list include Art & Style lister Kendall Jenner.

In today’s fast-paced world, young entrepreneurs are harnessing the power of artificial intelligence (AI) to revolutionize the way we work. These trailblazers, featured in the Forbes 30 Under 30 2024 Enterprise Tech list, are using AI to streamline processes, improve efficiency, and create innovative solutions. From automating tedious tasks to transforming industries, these young visionaries are changing the game. Let’s dive into their inspiring stories and discover how they are reshaping the future of enterprise technology.

Among Forbes 30 Under 30 2024 is George Sivulka, a 25-year-old dropout from Stanford who noticed a “brain drain” among his peers who were burdened with mundane tasks.

An Inside Look At The Forbes 30 Under 30 2024 Enterprise Tech List

George founded Hebbia, a startup that aims to automate busywork using transformer technology. With backing from private equity giants and renowned tech industry veterans, Hebbia is poised to revolutionize the way we work. The impact of the AI wave is evident across this year’s list, with startups led by a new generation of entrepreneurs. Also on the Forbes 30 Under 30 2024 list are Matthew and Michael Vega-Sanz, founders of Lula, who have secured $45 million in funding to help businesses navigate flexible insurance packages using AI.

Among the Forbes 30 Under 30 2024 are Praty Sharma and Prasad Kawthekar, cofounders of Dashworks, who believe that fresh perspectives unburdened by preconceived notions drive nimble adaptation and innovation. Startups like LangChain and LlamaIndex, founded by Harrison Chase and Simon Suo, respectively, are making AI more accessible and easier to implement. Adept, a 50-person research lab, is working on GPT-style AI models to enhance productivity. Co-founders Maxwell Nye and Kelsey Szot aim to build a beloved product that empowers knowledge workers to focus on strategic aspects of their professions.

An Inside Look At The Forbes 30 Under 30 2024 Enterprise Tech List

But AI isn’t the only focus of these trailblazers. Rachel Lea Fishman, a former yoga instructor, started Arketa to help fitness professionals expand their reach and manage their businesses efficiently. Volodymyr Fedoriv and Nurasyl Serik founded Remofirst to facilitate remote hiring, providing companies with access to talent from around the world. Hannah Olson’s battle with Lyme disease inspired her to create Disclo, an HR software startup that supports employees in disclosing disabilities and requesting accommodations. Her personal connection to the mission fuels her determination to build the best possible solution.

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