Marya Dzmitruk, a native of Belarus, got in 2020 edition of the Forbes 30 Under 30 list of revolutionaries changing the course and the face of business and society.
“A wake-up call to cynics who think they have seen it all. The young, creative and bold minds are proof positive that the future will be new, exciting and profoundly different,” the introduction to the 30 under 30 List reads.
Since 2012, the magazine chooses the brightest entrepreneurs and game-changers under the age of 30. Marya is one of 600 entrepreneurs whose hard work and success gave her a spot in the Manufacturing & Industry category.
The 27-year-old cofounded Prodsmart in 2018 to provide smartphone-based production management software that helps businesses get products made faster, more efficiently and cheaper. The company gives small firms access to the type of cutting-edge software that large manufacturers use.
Prodsmart has raised $5 million, and expects $2.3 million in revenue in 2020. This is not the first time Belarusian entrepreneurs got in the prestigious list. Earlier this year Michael Rumiantsau and Kiryl Trembolovski were added to Forbes 30 Under 30 Europe list for 2019.
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