The leaders at Intrinio and Knack are included in the new Forbes 30 Under 30.
The list, which includes 600 “revolutionaries” in 20 industries, is made up of people who are changing the course, and the face, of business and society, said Forbes.
The list-makers were chosen from more than 15,000 nominees.
Dennis Hansen, 27, and Samyr Qureshi, 26, co-founders of Knack in Tampa, are highlighted in the education category. The company recently won the Lumina Foundation Education Innovation Prize and developed a strategic partnership with Village Capital U.S. Education Program.
Samyr Qureshi and Dennis Hansen (PHOTO CREDIT: Michelle Stoker Photography)
Read the full article by the St. Pete Catalyst here.