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Forbes releases ‘30 Under 30 Asia’ list. Know the Indians who made it

Among the celebrated entrepreneurs, several Indians have made significant contributions across various sectors
03:30 PM May 17, 2024 IST | GK Web Desk
forbes releases ‘30 under 30 asia’ list  know the indians who made it

Srinagar, May 17: Forbes has released its 9th edition of the "30 Under 30 Asia" list, highlighting young innovators and leaders under 30 from the Asia-Pacific region. Among the celebrated entrepreneurs, several Indians have made significant contributions across various sectors:


Entertainment and Music


Pavithra Chari: A singer-composer recognized for her work with the duo Shadow and Light and her collaboration with the Berklee Indian Ensemble, which earned a Grammy nomination in 2023.


Arpan Kumar Chandel (King): A rapper known for his hit song 'Maan Meri Jaan' and his latest album 'New Life'. He gained fame from MTV Hustle in 2019 and is an ambassador for Sony Audio.


Consumer Technology


Kush Jain: Co-founder of ORama AI, which developed a smart glove to help the visually impaired learn Braille.


Arth Chowdhary, Deyvant Bhardwaj, and Oshi Kumari: Co-founders of InsideFPV, a drone startup that simplifies drone usage with a "plug-and-fly" model.


Pranav Manpuria: Co-founder of Flux Auto, a company developing self-driving software for forklifts and warehouse robots.

Arun Sreyas and Gautham Maheswaran: Co-founders of RACE Energy, which creates swappable battery packs for auto-rickshaws.

Harshit Jain and Abhik Saha: Co-founders of OnePlay, a cloud gaming startup that allows users to play games across multiple platforms without expensive hardware.

Enterprise Technology

Kunal Aggarwal: Founder of Credflow, a cashflow management software for SMEs.

Gaurav Piyush, Mayank Varshney, and Yash Sharma: Founders of Blitz, a logistics startup offering same- or next-day delivery services.

Aditya Dadia: Founder of AIwrite, which provides digital software for India's insurance sector using machine learning.

Finance and Venture Capital

Aalesh Avlani: Co-founder of Credit Wise Capital (CWC), a finance company providing loans for motorcycles.

Srinivas Sarkar and Kushagra Manglik: Co-founders of Coupl, a bank designed for couples to manage their finances.

Aniket Damle: A private equity investment team member at Blackstone, focusing on India's healthcare and industrial sectors.

Yashvardhan Kanoi: Head of investments at Alter Global, linking Silicon Valley with startups in emerging markets.

Manish Maryada: Co-founder of Fello, a fintech startup that gamifies investing.

Anuj Srivastava and Priyesh Srivastava: Co-founders of OnFinance AI, a startup offering a ChatGPT-like service for the finance industry.

Healthcare and Science

Karan Ahuja: A Google research scientist soon to be an assistant professor at Northwestern University, focusing on human-computer interaction.

Aryan Chauhan: Co-founder of Zivov, a startup offering a sensor to monitor blood sugar levels for diabetes treatment.

Industry, Manufacturing, and Energy

Akshit Bansal and Raghav Arora: Founders of Statiq, operating a network of charging stations for electric vehicles.

Ankit Jain and Narayan Lal Gurjar: Founders of EF Polymer, which creates water-retention products for agriculture.

Chirag Jain and Rama Krishna Mendu: Founders of EndureAir Systems, a drone startup specializing in mapping, monitoring, and logistics drones.

Rahil Gupta: Co-founder of Hop Electric Mobility, an electric motorbike startup.

Media, Marketing, and Advertising

Kavan Antani: Co-founder of IndieFolio, a talent marketplace for creative professionals, connecting designers, animators, and content creators with clients like Paytm and Domino's Pizza.

These individuals and their startups represent a diverse range of innovations, driving significant transformations in their respective fields across the Asia-Pacific region.

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