Forbes releases annual 30 under 30 Asia list featuring 300 young innovators and disruptors across 10 categories who are re-inventing their industries and driving change across the diverse region. It represents 24 countries across Asia Pacific including Azerbaijan and North Korea. These finalists were selected from thousands of online nominations, researched by our team of reporters and vetted by a panel of expert, list of judges to make sure they’re worthy of a spot on this prestigious list.
Among these 300 young innovators, 5 Nepalese could make in a list this year who are Kanchan Amatya (founder of sustainable fish farming initative); Sachit Pandit, Nishan Chandi Shrestha, Subash Shrestha (cofounders of Eco Cell Industry) and Ayushi KC (founder of Khalisisi Management).
This year’s social entrepreneurs who made Forbes’ 30 under 30 Asia list are proving that when it comes to social responsibility, the young are leading the way. They are tackling big issues and finding innovative and sustainable solutions to make a positive change in the region.
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