The past few years have seen a surge of startup businesses by young millennials looking to conquer the world. As 2018 begins, we are already seeing go-getters taking their ideas and creating innovative business ideas that could change the world.
With so many young entrepreneurs on the scene, there are a few that you should keep an eye on this year. Meet three entrepreneurs that are ready to take 2018 by storm.
- Nick Mares
This young millennial is looking to educate the world on healthy eating habits, one bowl of bone broth at a time. Mares created Kettle and Fire in 2015 with the help of his brother, Justin. Within two short years, their line of bone broths were available in more than 1,700 stores. Their product line has been picked up by Krogers, Whole Foods, Sprouts, and several other popular grocery store chains. Mares plans on introducing a handful of new products this year. Business experts estimate that Kettle and Fire is looking to earn at least eight figures in 2018 alone.
- Kathryn Minshew
To put it lightly, Kathryn has turned the recruiting world on its head. Feeling the pressures of finding the perfect career, Kathryn Minshew decided to take matters into her own hands to help other young, industry hopefuls struggling to find the right positions. She is the founder and CEO of The Muse, a website (and really, an online community) that explores different job prospects in the hopes of giving people the career advice they need.
- Kai Kloepfer
Gun safety is a hot button issue right now and one millennial sees it as a lucrative business opportunity. The MIT sophomore is the mastermind behind Biofire Technologies. With the mission of “building smarter guns with biometrics”, Biofire helps implement smart technology into the manufacturing of guns. For example, one clever innovation by Biofire makes the gun recognize that it is being operated by the correct owner. This technology looks to help make guns safer and smarter.
These three twenty somethings are helping change the way the world works. With so many millennials looking to take their innovative ideas to the next level, 2018 is sure to be a year of promising startup companies.