Insper’s Alumni are featured in Forbes' under 30 list
Betina Carvalho de Oliveira Roxo, Maria Eduarda de Arruda Camargo, and Alexandre Maluli are on the list that features 90 young highlights
The year 2020 was a special one in the careers of alumni Betina Carvalho de Oliveira Roxo ( Economics – class of 2014), Maria Eduarda de Arruda Camargo ( Business Administration – 2018), and Alexandre Maluli ( Business Administration – 2017). They were chosen for the Under 30, Forbes‘s magazine list that highlights the most brilliant Brazilian entrepreneurs, creators, and game-changers under age 30.
In the 2020 edition, Forbes selected six names in each of 15 categories. Each candidate is evaluated according to a series of objective and subjective criteria and metrics. Examples are revenue, creativity, originality, social benefits actual and projected, number of people impacted, and transformation potential in the industry, market, community, country, and the world.
“I am fulfilled and happy for this achievement. After all, I always believed that it would be part of my path to create a company that would have an impact far beyond profit. Pantys is a pure symbol of care for the well-being of women and the planet. May this pretty special recognition be a way of inspiring many other young entrepreneurs who have this same dream – taking care of lives believing that it feels good to do good. I am immensely grateful to Insper and all its faculty who are part of not only my education but also the entire history of founding Pantys, which today impacts thousands of lives in Brazil.”Maria Eduarda Camargo, 24, Founder of the Pantys brand – Category: Retail and eCommerce.
“Receiving this recognition from Forbes Under 30 is a mix of many emotions, such as accomplishment, gratitude, and an even greater desire to keep on uncomplicating the investment world and breaking paradigms, with an amazing team that makes all the difference.”Betina Carvalho de Oliveira Roxo, 29,Chief Strategist at Rico.com.vc – Category: Finance & Venture Capital.
“I am honored to have been selected as one of the Forbes Under 30. It took almost six years of relentless work to make the learning experience of university students in Brazil better, and it is so good to be recognized for that.”Alexandre Maluli, 25, Founder of Estudar – Category: Science & Education.