November 2020 | Janosch Sadowski, Daniel Stammler and Oliver Löffler, co-founders of Berlin-based mobile games studio Kolibri Games, have secured a spot on the prestigious Forbes Under 30 list.
With Under 30, the German-language edition of Forbes annually honors young pioneers from Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Candidates include founders, investors, activists and publicists, e-sports stars or tennis professionals – all of them are younger than 30 years old and have achieved outstanding results in their field or are working on solutions and products that make our world a better place.
A top-class jury consisting of Lisa Townsend (Vice President People, Omio), Valentin Stalf (Co-Founder & CEO, N26) and Hanna Reinermann (Global Head of Talent Management, Henkel) selected the 30 Under 30 per country from over 1,500 nominations.
Janosch Sadowski, Co-Founder and Co-CEO of Kolibri Games, says:
2020 has been a uniquely challenging year for everyone – across all industries and professions. We are happy to see that, despite the difficult circumstances, pioneers and innovators across the DACH region are working relentlessly on generating a positive impact on the world we live in. We are humbled to see our own efforts recognized in this way.
Oliver Löffler, Co-Founder and CTO of Kolibri Games, says:
We are incredibly excited about being included in this year’s Under 30 list. As young founders, we always looked up to the role-model entrepreneurs and pioneers that were honored each year. Making the selection ourselves is a major personal milestone for us. We hope that with our story we, too, can be an inspiration for young founders out there to commit and make their dream their reality.
The full 2020 list: https://www.forbes.at/30-under-30.html