Thomas Ma is the president of Sapphire Apps. After starting his first company, Career Podium, in 2015 and competing in a few startup competitions, he was featured on a few publications for his work. From there, Thomas started Sapphire Apps at the end of September, 2016. Sapphire Apps caters to celebrities who want to market themselves to current and future fan-bases. Since it's start, Sapphire has created 4 apps and been featured on publications such as Chicago Tribune, Yahoo, Built in Chicago, etc.
Swish Goswami is a 19-year-old sophomore from Toronto, Canada studying at the University of Toronto. He's a serial tech entrepreneur and innovator, UN Youth Ambassador, Huffington Post contributor, early stage tech investor, social media personality and TEDx speaker. Swish is one of the world's youngest venture capitalist as a Business Development Associate at JB Fitzgerald Venture Capital. Currently he is focusing his energy on growing Technotronics, RafikiMedia, The Next Foundry, and FoodShare. Along with several notable high-standing awards, Swish has been recognized as the "Face and Future of Canadian Entrepreneurship" by UPS Canada.
At 21-years-old, Colby Davis started Davis Painting with a little ford ranger, an office in his bedroom at his mom's house and a lot of goals and determination. Fast forward 3 years and the company owns 5 vehicles, employs between 5 to 9 guys throughout the year and has grown by over 16 hundred percent. In the next two years Davis Painting is on track to cross 1 million dollars in sales.
Melissa is the founder of Melissa Krivachek companies where she speaks to and coaches entrepreneurs from all walks of life, in multiple industries around the world. Four out of her seven books have achieved best selling rewards. Melissa has been featured on the cover of Evolution Magazine as their Top Power Player Under 40 in 2014. She can also be seen on ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN and dozens of other media outlets. Along with several other awards, Melissa has been nominated for INC Magazine's 30 Under 30 2016 award and has been selected to be part of Forbes Coaches Council 2016.