The start of 2017 was an exciting time here at Button. Last week, our very own Chris Maddern— Button Co-founder and Chief Product Officer— was chosen as part of Forbes' 2017 "30 Under 30" series, representing in the Enterprise Tech category! If you haven't seen the list, be sure and check it out; Forbes has highlighted a lot of amazing talent across the country.
If you're part of the Button Marketplace or if you've ever tapped on a Button in one of our many partners, you've interacted with at least one of the products that Chris and our team have worked hard to create. If not, don't fret— if you're one of the many people that have contributed to the billions of dollars transferred on Venmo, then you've used one of the many products Chris has also had a hand in building (prior to Button Chris led the mobile engineering team over at the popular social payments platform).
The Forbes "30 Under 30" list features a number of talent spanning a range of categories including art/style, consumer tech, education, enterprise tech, food & drink, among others. And Chris is in good company with a stellar Enterprise Tech lineup, including talent from Dropbox, SpaceX, GitLab, and many others. It's quite a process to be included in the list with more than 15,000 nominations at a four percent acceptance rate. An army of 50 expert staff reporters and editors research further and collaborate with 80 A-list judges in their respective categories (to drop a few names— Pete Cashmore, Jeff Lawson, John Collison, Marcus Samuelsson, Jason Derulo).
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