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Welcome to Forbes Under 30, our newsletter on the world's brightest young entrepreneurs, scientists, activists and others rejecting the status quo. From battling climate change to combatting inequality to improving healthcare, these young leaders are bringing a much-needed dose of hope to the fundamental of our time. Look for new stories about them in your inbox each Thursday.

Alexandra Wilson

Alexandra Wilson

Editor, Forbes Under 30

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Meet The Forbes 30 Under 30 Class of 2021

There are 600 entrepreneurs, activists, athletes, scientists and entertainers who made our 10th annual list of the brightest young innovators. They give us countless reasons to believe in a better tomorrow.

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Must Read Stories For Young Innovators

Deliverr, a startup that warehouses and ships products for online businesses, has captured a piece of the pandemic shopping pie. Cofounder Michael Krakaris, who made 2019's 30 Under 30 Retail and ECommerce list, shares how they've won over former Amazon and Walmart clients.

Katie Fang, 29, channeled her
frustration over the college search process into a tech platform that helps students search, apply and find financial aid for college and career education. SchoolLinks announced it has raised $8 million in a Series A funding led by LiveOak Venture Partners.

Health Recovery Solutions makes a system that
records patient vitals via Bluetooth and connects them with their clinicians through video or instant messaging. Their technology helped overwhelmed hospitals get through 2020's pandemic surges. Now the company, cofounded by former 30 Under 30 recipient Jarrett Bauer, announced that it closed a $70 million Series C round.

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A Decade Of Disruption

In our decade of tracking Under 30s, we've introduced thousands of game-changers. We looked back and chose 10 of our top disruptors from the last 10 years, including tennis and racial justice champion Naomi Osaka to app billionaire Dustin Moskovitz to food-delivery impresario Jason Wang.

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The Pursuit

This week's collection of expert tips from Forbes contributors around the world for those building and running a business. Click to sign up instantly for The Pursuit, a biweekly essential briefing by Senior Entrepreneurs Editor Maneet Ahuja.

Meet Joseph Lee: an unsung Black entrepreneur who changed the food industry forever. One of Boston's most successful hospitality entrepreneurs, he invented machines that transformed industrial breadmaking for the next century.

Meet Amy Novogratz, the impact investor who
fought a brain tumor that almost killed her and built the world's largest sustainable aquaculture investment fund.

Sports apparel brand
Gymshark has a $1.3 billion valuation after securing investment from General Atlantic. Started by Ben Francis in 2012, the company plans to expand further internationally. Here's how they grew so fast and here's what entrepreneurs can learn from their approach.

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How The Pandemic Impacted The 2021 Forbes Under 30

In the face of a global pandemic and recession, this year's Forbes Under 30 list features some of the most resilient companies of the past decade.

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