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This year’s Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia list featured plenty of entrepreneurs whose businesses aim to address social issues, such as gender inequality and homelessness. At the Under 30 Summit Asia in Hong Kong, we caught up with some of our Australian listees to hear more about how they are driving change in their home country.

Ashleigh Streeter-Jones cofounded the Girls Takeover Parliament movement with Caitlin Figueiredo to promote female leadership. They believe they can make a difference to society by tackling inequality, while Mathew D’Onofrio runs Nightlife First Aid, which aims to create a safer party environment for youths. And from our 2017 list, Nicholas Marchesi cofounded Orange Sky Laundry with Lucas Patchett. It started out as a free mobile laundry service for the homeless, but has ended up also carrying out another vital role.

 

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This year’s Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia list featured plenty of business owners whose businesses intention to address social difficulties, these as gender inequality and homelessness. At the Under 30 Summit Asia in Hong Kong, we caught up with some of our Australian listees to listen to a lot more about how they are driving transform in their household state.

Ashleigh Streeter-Jones cofounded the Women Takeover Parliament motion with Caitlin Figueiredo to endorse feminine leadership. They believe that they can make a difference to culture by tackling inequality, whilst Mathew D’Onofrio runs Nightlife Initial Help, which aims to develop a safer bash ecosystem for youths. And from our 2017 list, Nicholas Marchesi cofounded Orange Sky Laundry with Lucas Patchett. It begun out as a free of charge cellular laundry provider for the homeless, but has ended up also carrying out a different crucial function.