Three YPO Members Named to “Forbes” 30 Under 30
From New York to California, meet the three YPO members on “Forbes” 2018 30 Under 30 list.
“Forbes” magazine released its seventh-annual 30 Under 30 list in July 2018 honoring 600 game-changers across 20 industries, all under the age of 30. Congratulations to three YPO members named to the 2018 list in the United States.
Stephan Goss, 30
Stephan Goss is Cofounder of Zeeto, an innovator of online advertising technology. Since its founding in 2010, Zeeto has bootstrapped its way without outside investors to more than 80 employees and offices in California and New York. Their mission is to revolutionize online monetization through innovation and groundbreaking technology. Goss joined the YPO San Diego Chapter in 2015.
Luke Schoenfelder, 28
Luke Schoenfelder is CEO and co-founder of Latch, the world’s first universal smart access system. Since its founding in 2013, Latch has raised USD96 million in private funding from leading investors and many of the world’s largest real estate companies. The company and its products are built around three core values: trust, longevity and care. Schoenfelder joined the YPO Metro New York Chapter in 2017.
Daniel Sillman, 29
Alongside professional and Olympic athletes on “Forbes” 30 Under 30 for Sports is Daniel Sillman, CEO of RELEVENT Sports. RELEVENT is a multi-national media, sports and entertainment group that owns and operates the International Champions Cup. He became CEO in 2017 and is on a mission to bring the excitement of international soccer to the United States. Sillman joined the YPO Metro New York Chapter in February 2018.