- To compile this list of emerging business stars at or below the age of 30, we received 70 statements from top executives, including Mark Randolph, Cofounder and first Netflix CEO; Nancy Duarte, CEO and CEO of Duarte Inc .; and Jeff Ralston, president of Y Combinator.
- The composition includes CEOs and founders in technology, fashion, healthcare and education.
- Some major names include 27-year-old Marylis Bun, founder and CEO of The Ice Cream Museum, and co-founder of the company's first attempt at figure development8, and 29-year-old Chris McFarlane, founder and CEO of Patient blockchain healthcare company .
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So, to narrow the pool for a little while, Business Insider asked leaders from a variety of industries, including technology, marketing and consulting, for their chosen female CEOs, CEOs and founders, under or under 30, for to watch them.
From the 70 publications we received, we extracted these eight businessmen, based on nominations from a wide variety of industry experts, including:
- Mark Randolph, Co-founder and CEO of Netflix
- Nancy Duarte, CEO and CEO Duarte Inc.
- Sergey Belousov, CEO, founder and chairman of backup software company Acronis
- Sandro Olivieri, founder and president of strategic consulting firm Productive
- Nigel Waller, managing director of management consulting firm
- Jeff Ralston, president of Y Combinator.
Only 6.6% of CEOs of the Fortune 500 are not men, but studies suggest that going on to become women at the head of a company receives significant rewards. That is why we are happy to acknowledge the impressive work of those people who are making waves in healthcare, fashion, education, technology and more.
Look at them. Power players are listed in order.