Three Russian citizens were included in the annual list of the most promising Europeans under the age of 30.
The ranking, prepared by Forbes magazine, includes promising businessmen and inventors, start-ups and scientists, athletes and artists under 30 years old.
Each category has 30 participants. Thus, the 2018 list included more than 300 people from 34 European countries.
Among the promising financial innovators is Denis Fedoryaev, one of the founders of Blazar Capital, which helps entrepreneurs launch new businesses.
Among the young innovators who are “changing our perception of shopping”, the publication mentioned the 28-year-old Muscovite Gulnaz Khusainova, who opened EasySize in Denmark. The startup allows to reduce the number of returns of clothes by 35–40%, saving online stores up to 5–7% of their revenue.
Among the 30 young European businessmen who create trends in the field of culture and art, the magazine named Tatyana Kozhevnikova. The 28-year-old Russian woman founded Artefact London, a tailor-made men’s suit store in the center of the British capital.
In November, the ranking of the most influential women in the world, also compiled by Forbes magazine, included two Russians – the chairman of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation, Elvira Nabiullina, and the editor-in-chief of MIA Rossiya Segodnya and RT, Margarita Simonyan.
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