Forbes Under 30

Forbes Under 30 podcast is about young innovators, disruptors and entrepreneurs. This weekly show, hosted by Steve Goldbloom, features guests who are taking big chances to achieve the not-so-small goal of changing the world.

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David Litt On Writing Jokes For President Obama

The self-deprecating David Litt, author of the newly released, "Thanks,...The self-deprecating David Litt, author of the newly released, "Thanks, Obama: My Hopey, Changey White House Years," shares his unconventional path to the White House, his days as an initially junior speechwriter and what happened when his nerves overtook him the first time he met the 44th president.   Show More

50:39 10/18/2017

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Using statistics, Davina Durgana works for the Walk Free Foundation and tracks human trafficking to support nonprofit and law enforcement efforts around the world. Hear about the many forms in which modern-day slavery exists, which countries have the most prevalence and what conscientious people can do to help put an end to it.
36:06 10/11/2017
Patrick Woodyard, co-founder and CEO of Nisolo shoes moved to Peru to work in microfinance. He was helping out Doris Quispe with her grocery store, when he met her husband Willan Ulloa, a shoemaker. Captivated by the craftsmanship and classic beauty of Ulloa's shoes, Woodyard set out to start Nisolo (with Ulloa ultimately playing an integral role as master shoemaker), a company dedicated to providing fair trade wages, healthcare and a healthy working environment to its producers.
50:49 10/4/2017
Brian Wong saw a marketing opportunity in people's willingness to have their behavior tracked through apps. The company he founded and leads is Kiip (pronounced: keep). It aims to catch people on their app in the act of accomplishment and then match them with a branded reward that relates to their activity. For the past three years, Wong says the company has grown by 40% annually leading to the impression that his pioneering idea is here to stay.
45:46 9/27/2017
Michael Shoretz, founder and CEO of Enlightened, was a personal trainer whose clients found ice cream to be the hardest craving to quit. So, enduring much trial and error, he created an ice cream that is both tasty and nutritious. Impossible? Thats up to us to judge. Hear Shoretz talk about making an indulgence less guilt-inducing and what it's like working with family. (His mom, dad and sister work with him!).
35:33 9/20/2017
Josh Muccio, podcast host of Gimlet Media's, "The Pitch" joins us to chat about the entrepreneurial lessons he's learned on the show, common mistakes founders make when pitching and how a cold email changed his career trajectory for the better.
28:18 9/13/2017
After delighting in the flavor of crunchy caterpillars and scorpions while traveling abroad, Rose Wang and college roomie Laura D'Asaro, hatched their startup: Chirps. Chirps makes food products infusing chips, dry cookie mix and protein powder with cricket flour. Nutritious and sustainable - hear why the melodious bug might be the next big thing.
33:29 9/6/2017
Wife and husband team Laura and Michael Dweck are working together to solve a relatable problem: a lack of inexpensive and quality basics for men. Hear how their company, Basic Outfitters, wants to change the way guys buy clothes on this episode of Forbes Under 30 podcast.
43:57 8/30/2017
Hear how James Heller, CEO and cofounder of Wrapify, leverages his twin passions of tech and marketing to pay people to dress their cars up in advertisements. His pitch: make bank while running your errands.
30:00 8/23/2017
Getting knocked down is inevitable. Everyone has life lows, even Gabby Bernstein, spiritual guide and public speaker who has leveraged her robust online presence into her #1 New York Times bestselling book, "The Universe Has Your Back." Bernstein shares that it's all about building the spiritual muscle to work the way out of the muck that will turn our lives around on this episode of the "Forbes Under 30" podcast.
45:23 8/16/2017

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The self-deprecating David Litt, author of the newly released, "Thanks, Obama: My Hopey, Changey White House Years," shares his unconventional path to the White House, his days as an initially junior speechwriter and what happened when his nerves overtook him the first time he met the 44th president.
50:39 10/18/2017
Using statistics, Davina Durgana works for the Walk Free Foundation and tracks human trafficking to support nonprofit and law enforcement efforts around the world. Hear about the many forms in which modern-day slavery exists, which countries have the most prevalence and what conscientious people can do to help put an end to it.
36:06 10/11/2017
Patrick Woodyard, co-founder and CEO of Nisolo shoes moved to Peru to work in microfinance. He was helping out Doris Quispe with her grocery store, when he met her husband Willan Ulloa, a shoemaker. Captivated by the craftsmanship and classic beauty of Ulloa's shoes, Woodyard set out to start Nisolo (with Ulloa ultimately playing an integral role as master shoemaker), a company dedicated to providing fair trade wages, healthcare and a healthy working environment to its producers.
50:49 10/4/2017
Brian Wong saw a marketing opportunity in people's willingness to have their behavior tracked through apps. The company he founded and leads is Kiip (pronounced: keep). It aims to catch people on their app in the act of accomplishment and then match them with a branded reward that relates to their activity. For the past three years, Wong says the company has grown by 40% annually leading to the impression that his pioneering idea is here to stay.
45:46 9/27/2017
Michael Shoretz, founder and CEO of Enlightened, was a personal trainer whose clients found ice cream to be the hardest craving to quit. So, enduring much trial and error, he created an ice cream that is both tasty and nutritious. Impossible? Thats up to us to judge. Hear Shoretz talk about making an indulgence less guilt-inducing and what it's like working with family. (His mom, dad and sister work with him!).
35:33 9/20/2017

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