We all need to be inspired. Young entrepreneurs are taking advantage of the benefits of being self employed while they are young. Various statistics have shown that almost all reputable entrepreneurs who attained success started at a very young age. When it comes to having innovative startups popping up in many different business areas, young entrepreneurs can definitely not be underrated at all. It is because there are a lot of young entrepreneurs who have been quite much in the talk to have striking ideas with bright practical minds to offer a lot to the world in order to cater to its growing needs. There are many names of these young entrepreneurs who are seriously the ones to watch out for. These entrepreneurs have the right approach, the best ideas, and all of the passion that is needed to bring the best of smart innovations for all. Here are the most inspiring entrepreneurs under 30:
1. Rapelang Rabana, 22
Perhaps the most shining example of an inspiring entrepreneur is Rapelang Rabana who came from little and grew into a motivating force. At just 16, she developed the rekindle learning, hoping that it would be a youth version. All she knew was that I needed to find a way out of what she perceived to be a life system that imposed rules and obligations.
The idea of working her way through more and more systems, from high school to university to the corporate world, weighed on her. But she had no idea this would mean that I would want to be an entrepreneur. Rapelang Rabana founded Rekindle Learning, which offers learning and development through mobile and computer learning solutions. This offering assists individual’s master knowledge in corporate and schooling environments.
2. Muhga Eltigani, 24
A young lady who created dreams, not products, Muhga had some great steps for success. First and foremost, her drive did not come from a desire to be rich. Back at the University of Pennsylvania, Eltigani resolved to start fresh. Lopping off all but five inches of her hair, she treated the remainder with fresh fruits and oils. Her hair grew back softer and healthier. Cue the R&D montage. Eltigani and her co-founder, Sam Roberts, experimented with jars, tubes, and pouches of varying sizes and materials.
3. Ben Towers, 19
At the age of 11, Ben built his first website for a friend and was given money for the work he had done. This gave Ben the idea to start his own business, Towers Design, which started off as website design but expanded to provide other services. Ben used the internet and networking to help expand his business and began offering the production of social media campaigns to other businesses which landed him further freelance work with companies such as Amazon and the NHS. Tower Design now operates with a team of 22 people and is known as one of the most successful digital marketing agencies in the country. Ben has previously been named “smartest kid on the planet” by The Times and gained recognition from Richard Branson.
4. Marianne Caroline Hughes, 23
Marianne started up her business, KnowLabel, to create a digital label which showed the social and environmental impact of the clothing item. Marianne notes that her software allows the measure of happiness and sustainability in clothing factories. Marianne had help with funding from government grants and angel investment to start her business. After continuous hard work and networking, Marianne has now been in business with well-known fashion brands such as H&M and continues to expand and grow KnowLabel.