Forbes has released the list for the 2019 edition of the Forbes 30 under 30.
In all, 600 individuals were recognized.
The annual initiative is to honour brightest young entrepreneurs under the age of 30, who are causing significant changes, and transforming businesses across the United States and Canada.
Forbes first opens nominations for the 20 available categories, where interested parties express their interest through an online process.
The company then considers the submissions by collaborating with industry players and experts to choose feasible honorees, making considerations based on revenue, funding, societal impact, innovative, promise, and other factors.
The process is a year-long activity, with each category having its own expert judges who review and come up with the final 600 30 under 30.
The various categories include; Media, Art & Style, Consumer Technology, Hollywood & Entertainment, Education, Retail & Ecommerce, Energy, Enterprise Technology, and Science.
Others include Social Entrepreneurs, Sports, Healthcare, Venture Capital, Finance, Food & Drink, Marketing and Advertising, Games, Law & Policy, Manufacturing and Industry, and Music.
Included are three special categories namely; Big Money, Celebrities and Immigrants.
Visit the company’s website on www.forbes.com to view the full list of honorees.