Top Entrepreneurs transforming the World – What They’re Doing To Change The WorldMay 31, 2022
Entrepreneurship is a movement. And like any movement, it has a lot of tactics and strategies. This blog is about some of the most successful entrepreneurs transforming the world- from Bill Gates to Elon Musk- and what they’re doing in their personal and professional lives to help others do the same.
1. Steve Jobs
Steve Jobs is the greatest entrepreneur that ever lived. He changed my life by making computers easily accessible and fun to use. His work on the Apple MacBook Pro is just genius! He’s also a great human being; he gives all his money to charity and spreads kindness throughout the world. More recently, he’s been working with Apple to make solar panels more affordable and environmentally friendly.
2. Jeff Bezos
If you haven’t heard of this guy yet, you are truly missing out. Not only does he own amazon (one of the biggest online shopping websites), but he owns a rocket ship company, SpaceX, which helps NASA launch satellites and exploratory rockets. Furthermore, he invests billions of dollars into renewable energies such as wind turbines and solar panel production. You can say that he cares for other people while making his own money.
3. Richard Branson
Richard Branson is one of the best entrepreneurs today.” I have always believed that if you can dream something…You should go after it”. He dropped out of college to start his plane manufacturing company in England. He is an investor, business owner, author, adventurer and philanthropist worth over 30 billion dollars and was named by Fortune Magazine as the second richest man globally, officially representing 70th place worldwide.
4. Tim Cook
Tim Cook is currently the CEO of Apple Inc. People see him as the face of Apple because of his charismatic personality and leadership qualities. In 2011, Cook banned employees from using certain words when referring to women, including “boss,” “superior”, and even “herself”.
5. Sergey Brin & Larry Page
Sergey Brin and Larry Page were students at Stanford University before creating Google in 1998. Since then, the guys have worked hard to build their empire. For example, they quickly expanded outside of internet searches through various innovations. Now, both companies operate as a single entity known as Alphabet. On top of that, Sergey and Larry have invested heavily in non-profit groups and government agencies. They claim that there are big changes ahead from a technical point of view.
6. Mark Zuckerberg
Mark Zuckerberg became Facebook’s chairman and CEO in 2012; since then, his company has surpassed 1 billion users. If that isn’t enough, he announced that he would be donating 99% of his Facebook shares to “a set of charities around the world that support their mission to empower individuals and communities.” One of these organizations is FWD.us, whose purpose is to “advance comprehensive immigration reform.” Another organization is focused on education and equality among its peers and members.