We check in for update on the entrepreneurs who have appeared on Inc.com's annual 30 Under 30 List in the past.
Mint.com founder Aaron Patzer, the founder of Mint.com (2008), sold his company to Intuit for $170 million and has been ensconced as Vice President and General Manager of Intuit Personal Finance Group.
The founders of fast-growing College Hunks Hauling Junk (2008), Nick Freidman and Omar Soliman, now have 30 franchisees.
Phreesia founders Chaim Indig and Evan Roberts, the founders of Phreesia (2008), closed a $16 million Series D investment from Ascension Health Ventures in May.
How are some of our other previous honorees faring? We asked them to share the latest developments about themselves and their companies. Here's what they had to say. Read More
30 Under 30 - 2009
The founders of Mashable, ModCloth, Thrillist, IdeaPaint, and Justin.TV are included on our annual list of the most fascinating entrepreneurs under the age of 30. Kylie Smitley of Barley & Birch and Jamail Larkins of Larkin Enterprises were voted the favorites on the list by Inc.com readers.
30 Under 30 - 2008
Meet Mint.com's Aaron Patzer, the 20-something who built a $170 million personal-finance powerhouse, Bobby Kim and Ben Shenassafar, law-school classmates who started a popular streetwear brand called The Hundreds, and more.
30 Under 30 - 2007
Ben Kaufman empowered customers to design their own iPod gear. Sean Belnick sells chairs to the likes Microsoft and Google. They're just two of the young entrepreneurs helping to shape the future of business.
30 Under 30 - 2006
From Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg to plant-food mogul Tom Szaky, some of the honorees on our inaugural 30 Under 30 list have become household names.