Who says American manufacturing is dead? The young innovators on Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list in Manufacturing and Industry are finding plenty of opportunities to design useful new products, make factories more efficient and create better materials.
Many of them are just trying to solve everyday problems, like Rachel Benyola, 29, founder of AnneeLondon, who invented a foldable, origami-style bike helmet. Others have found ways to help manufacturers scale their businesses or ensure their operations run smoothly. Fictiv, for example, co-founded by 29-year-old Dave Evans, matches customers with manufacturers that have idle machinery for quick turnarounds on parts and prototypes.
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