Skateboards made from rocket manufacturers’ waste. A subscription service for cannabis users. 3D printed aerospace parts. An art studio. Apps that connect fitness seekers with personal trainers, join donors with nonprofits, and create a 3D virtual space for home decorating.
The Business Journal’s 20 entrepreneurs in their 20s learn, market and connect digitally. Investors – not banks – are their funding sources. Donating time and/or money is at their core. Incubators gave many their start. Nearly half are founded by women.
Laura Hertz, Gifts for Good
Mohamed Nasr, West Hollywood Development and Associates
Tracy Lawrence, Chewse
Brennen Degner, D & B Capital Partners and Arrowroot Real Estate
David Maliglowka, Give Drops Inc.
Jacqueline Lowy, Sourced Intelligence
Bryan Gerber, Hemper
Andrew Kozlovski, Brainz Power
Tiffany Orli Hakimianpour, Handstand
Sam Seidman and Ryland Arnoldi, Wrapped
Margo Lang, Conscious Period
Tim Ellis and Jordan Noone, Relativity Space
Aubrey Sieder, Strut This
Masha Evans, DJ Maasha Events
Victor Cantey, VC Visions
Nate Wilson and Thomas Moulia, HealthTensor
Beatrice Fischel-Bock, Hutch
Ryan Olliges, 121C Inc.
Scott Fisher, Select Management Group
Demi Marchese, 12th Tribe