By The Numbers: Meet The 30 Under 30 Europe Class Of 2021

For the sixth year, the Forbes Under 30 Europe list is proving that youth is not wasted on the young.

One year ago, the Forbes Under 30 Europe list launched into a world filled with great uncertainty. Something called the “novel coronavirus” was just starting to take hold across the continent, but many assumed that it would subside relatively quickly. Clearly, that didn’t happen and the world today looks radically different as a result. But what hasn’t changed is the sense amongst young people that the best is yet to come, with 84% of this year’s listmakers reporting that they are optimistic about the global economy. That’s likely because as the digital-first generation, they were best poised to be the ones reimagining our society as the world shifted online.

The visionaries on this year’s list continue to prove that youth is not wasted on the young. They are the result of thousands of international nominations, months of investigative reporting and the seal of approval from our panel of blue ribbon judges. This year’s panel even includes one of the world’s richest self-made women, Wildberries founder Tatyana Balalchuk. The result: 300 young visionaries boldly entrepreneurs ten industries across 34 countries (plus those immigrating from 10 non-European countries).

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