BusinessCloud has revealed the UK’s top young tech talent on its inaugural ‘35 Tech Entrepreneurs Under 35′ list.

Nominations came flooding in from tech talent aged 17 to 35, with many already having started several businesses before they hit their 30th year.

Thanks to the incredible response to the call for nominations we were also able to create a second ‘ones to watch’ list for the young entrepreneurs that were still starting out on their journey but showed great potential.

The shortlists were chosen on based on entrepreneurial ark, a keen eye for business and the determination to push boundaries with technology.

The talent across both lists encompasses an impressive range of areas from FinTech to AI to property, with all displaying a resume that would make the most established business leaders envious.

Fresher fairy godmother Makaela Richardson launched her business Free The Fresher while still at university. For £50 it ships seasonal packages to students with everything they need, from accommodation essentials to school supplies.

In just two years the company has over 70,000 members grossing over £2.4 million in revenue, with Richardson winning numerous young entrepreneur awards.

Phoebe Hugh is changing the way insurance works with Brolly.

Powered by AI, it helps people understand what insurance they need, finds the best policies and then helps manage them simply and easily.

Taking a step in the right direction is Laurence Kemball-Cook’s Pavegen, a clean-tech company which uses floor tiles to convert the kinetic energy of footsteps into electricity and data.

Since launching in 2009 it has installed more than 200 projects in 30 countries and worked with the world’s most iconic companies, including Adidas and Coca-Cola.

Since 2013 Tara Flynn has driven Ratio’s annual turnover to £8.8m, helping over 27 million customers find suitable credit products.

Flynn’s efforts have been recognised through numerous awards, notably Ratio’s feature in the Sunday Times Tech Track 100.

Sean Brown’s eCommerce start-up Mercarto allows anyone to launch an online store in minutes.

His previous venture Hatch, an influencer marketing platform, was brought in-house by social media marketing agency Social Chain.

The hashtag for the list is #35under35.

Mike Anderson, Padoq

Jordan Appleson, Hark.

Muhammad Asim, Marq Millions

Chloe Barrett, DigiDentistry Educational Resources

Ed Barton, Curiscope

Asa Bentley, CreditLadder

Miranda Bishop, Talking Social Media

Oliver Bridge, Cornerstone

Sean Brown, Mercarto

Marko Budiselic & Dominik Tomicevic, Memgraph

Sam Coley & Steve Pearce, TickX

Ben Corrigan, Jonny Plein & Vikram Simha, Pouch

Louis-James Davis, VST Enterprises

Chris Edson & Mike Gibbs, OurPath

Tara Flynn, Ratio

David Grimes, Sorted

Natasha Guerra, Runway East

James Gupta, Synap

Phoebe Hugh, Brolly

Jamie Jackson, 2J Commerce

Laurence Kemball-Cook, Pavegen

Aneeqa Khan, eporta

Ian Leadbetter & Daniel Reilly, Ruler Analytics

Jonathan Marsden, The Technology Group

Nicholas Mealey, Connex One

Christian Moroy, Edge Health

Dr Anas Nader & Dr Jing Ouyand, LocumTap

Tom Pickersgill, Broadstone

Makaela Richardson, Free the Fresher

Max Rofagha, Finimize

Christian Samuel, University Cribs

Nakul Sharma, Hostmaker

Nicholas Shekerdemian, Headstart AI

Claire Trachet, wOndary

Devika Wood, Vida

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