Founders of CrackedIt and Birdsong make Forbes 30under30 List
Congratulations to Josh Babarinde founder of CrackedIt and Sarah Neville, Sophie Slater and Susanna Wen, co-founders of Birdsong who were included in the list of Forbes 30Under30 Social Entrepreneurs.
This list recognises some of the best and brightest young social entrepreneurs leveraging their business skills to solve big challenges and help make the world a better place.
Josh was highlighted for his work turning a problem into an opportunity – from a cracked phone screen, to an opportunity for employment and training for ex-offenders and at risk youth in London.
Sarah, Sophie and Susanna were recognised for their success empowering garment workers in the fashion industry, by giving back as much as 80% of the sales revenue from Birdsong‘s ethical and sustainable fashion pieces, to the women who made them.
We were so happy to see their grit and hard work recognised alongside other great young social entrepreneurs. With such forward-thinkers in the room – the future looks so bright!