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Forbes Asia Magazine releases '30 under 30' list and we have Hyderabadis in the list, making us proud

Telangana IT minister KTR appreciated the Hyderabadis who made it to 30 under 30 Forbes list.
by Anoop Sai Bandi | April 02, 2020 20:00 IST
Forbes Asia Magazine releases '30 under 30' list and we have Hyderabadis in the list, making us proud

Forbes Asia magazine has finally released its much-awaited “30 Under 30″ list for 2020. A number of young people who stood out as an inspiration for many just at the age of 30 have topped the list. They are now described as 'challenging conventional wisdom and rewriting the rules for the next generation'. Francis Plaza, founder of the payments processing platform PayMongo, Louise Mabulo, who is the founder of The Cacao Project, Breech Asher Harani, who is a multimedia artist at Alexandrite Pictures, gymnast Carlos Yulo, and skateboarder Margielyn Didal have managed to join this list.
 
These individuals made into the list from the Phillipines, and are receiving huge compliments from one and all now. It is indeed an honor and also a great opportunity for people to get into this list of Forbes. Many people dream of making it to Forbes; and the list, this time around, features people from India as well. Most importantly, there are people from Hyderabad city who made it to the list. Interestingly, five Hyderabadi guys also made it into the list. Prem Kumar of Marut Drone, Ashwin Mocherla of The ThickShake Factory, Sandeep Bommi of AdonoMo, Vihari of Urban Kisaan and Pawan Kumar Chandana who started his own space startup, Skyroot Aerospace, also got their places in the list.
 
"Congratulations to 4 young Hyderabadis who’ve featured in 30 Under 30 Asia 2020. Way to go guys. 5 of 30 under 30 Asia are from Hyderabad," tweeted KTR, IT Minister of Telangana appreciating the awardees. A lot of people are now complimenting them for their achievements. Stay tuned to us for more!
 
 
 
 
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