I’ve known a lot of new entrepreneurs.
There’s the kid who started his own business, the teen who moved to the United States, the young lady who became the first person to live on Mars, the man who founded a digital platform for musicians.
I’ve met some of the young entrepreneurs I know, and the things I’ve seen have been so eye-opening and inspiring.
I’m always impressed by how they use technology to innovate and create the kinds of opportunities that I want them to be able to do in the future.
I think that’s something that we all need to keep in mind.
In this article, we’ll be focusing on some of these young entrepreneurs who are changing the world and are looking to get to work with entrepreneurs in other fields.
I know that there are a lot more young entrepreneurs out there than I’ve come across, so this list is not exhaustive.
If you’re interested in learning more about some of them, I highly recommend following their websites and following their blog posts.1.
Joshua Rauhbuch (cofounder, The New Venture)Joshua Raubuch, 21, is a founding partner at The New Ventures, a startup accelerator focused on connecting young founders with other young entrepreneurs.
He was raised in the city of Portland, Oregon, and was a graduate of the Oregon Institute of Science and Technology.
He’s an avid gamer and a big fan of the Nintendo Wii.
Raubs first entrepreneurial venture was in 2013, when he was a part of a team that was developing a video game engine that would allow video games to be used in real-time.
It’s been a long road, and he says that he’s been able to see how video games have a massive impact on people’s lives.
In 2016, he was part of an accelerator program called The New Enterprise that was focused on bringing young people together and helping them realize their dream of starting a company.2.
Josh Tovar (co-founder, Nxt)Josh Tovars work at the company, NXT.
He started out as a developer at Bitmessage and later was hired as a software engineer at Dropbox.
He has been in the game industry since 2011, and has been a part-time game developer for years.
He founded Nxt, a blockchain-based platform that aims to improve the way money is managed.3.
Benoit de la Cruz (founder, Pronovis)Benoit de La Cruz is the CEO of Pronivis, a company that helps businesses develop online presence and create digital advertising campaigns.
He grew up in the Paris suburbs, and got into technology as a child.
He now has a degree in business administration and is an avid outdoorsman.4.
Jeremy Denny (founder and CEO, StumbleUpon)Jeremy Denny, 21 years old, is an investor at Stumble upon, a cryptocurrency and blockchain-related start-up that was launched in 2013.
He went to school in Silicon Valley, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in mathematics and computer science, and worked for IBM in New York City.
He moved to Austin, Texas, to attend Austin Tech, where the company grew to over 25 employees.5.
Alex Karp (founder & CEO, BitShares)Alex Karp, 19 years old and cofounder of BitShares, is also a founding member of the blockchain industry and a member of Bitnation, a decentralized, peer-to-peer cryptocurrency marketplace.
He is also cofounder and CTO of the startup, Bitshare.
In 2017, Karp joined Bitnation as the company’s chief digital officer, where his role focused on blockchain technology, financial services and technology innovation.6.
Zachary Hennig (founder @Boomer)Zachary Hernig is a founder at Boomer, a digital-currency exchange and platform.
He began working with startups in 2013 and has worked in finance, education, and tech since then.
He joined Boomer in 2015 as its first CTO and helped the company launch its trading platform.7.
Brian O’Neill (founder of @Ethereum_Token)Brian O’Nion, a founding investor at Ethereum_Token, is the co-founder of the company.
He first started working in the tech industry in 2011, when it was a small startup in Portland, Ore.
Today, he’s the cofounder & co-CEO of Ethereum.8.
Brian Sadowsky (cofounders @Ripple and @BitShares)Brian Sadowski is the founder of Ripple, a payment processing network that enables banks and other financial institutions to quickly and securely settle and transfer funds between users and merchants.
He also has an interest in the blockchain and cryptocurrencies.9.
Andrew Dyer (founder)Andrew Dyer, 26 years old is the president and CEO of the new digital currency, BitPay.
BitPay is a company with a long history, dating back to 2009 when it began developing the