Two Vermont-based entrepreneurs were recognized on Forbes’ 30 Under 30 in Manufacturing 2018, a list of the “best young makers and industrial innovators” in the nation.
- Tyler McNaney is the 25-year-old Founder of Barre-based Filabot, which counts Google and NASA among its customers. The company converts plastics into filament for use in 3D printing.
- Corinne Prevot is the 26-year-old Founder of Skida, a headwear and accessories company first conceived at Burke Mountain Academy in 2008. The company sold more than 78,000 products during the last fiscal year, all manufactured in Vermont.
Tyler and Corinne are just two of countless success stories to come out of Vermont’s long history of embracing entrepreneurship and innovation.