Young entrepreneurs who studied at Waterloo Engineering and launched companies to fill a void in the marketplace are part of Forbes 30 Under 30 for 2021.
Jonathon Dos Santos (BASc ’14, nanotechnology engineering) co-founded Stromcore Energy in 2015. The company uses the latest in electric vehicle
Jack Forbes (BASc ’16, management engineering) co-founded Kopa, a startup that evolved from his fourth-year Capstone
After spending seven years at Facebook, Sachin Monga, who studied systems design engineering at Waterloo, co-founded the app Cocoon described as a “private and cozy corner” for friend groups and families to connect. Cocoon’s profile has expanded during the COVID-19 pandemic that has prompted friends and families to find new, digital ways to connect.
Artem Pasyechnyk (BSE ’14) left Facebook in 2018 to co-found
Forbes 30 Under 30 is a set of lists issued annually by Forbes magazine and some of its regional editions. In total, eight with ties to the University of Waterloo made one of the lists for 2021. [Full story]