ATLANTA--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Today, Forbes magazine released its fourth annual list of 30-under-30, what the magazine calls, “today’s greatest gathering of young game changers, movers and makers.” This year’s edition features 600 millennials in 20 different fields – 30-under-30 in each, and Partha Unnava, CEO of Better Walk, was named in the manufacturing and industry category.
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“Ever since we founded Better Walk, we’ve been working hard to launch our first product, the Better Walk crutch,” said Partha Unnava. “We spend every day focused on our ultimate goal of replacing archaic standards of care with modern solutions. It’s an honor to be recognized on such a grand stage on the eve of our product launch.”
About Better Walk
Better Walk was founded in May 2013 by three Georgia Tech biomedical engineering students and was selected as one of six companies to participate in the Zero To 510 accelerator in Memphis, TN. Better Walk is developing a new type of crutch that takes the archaic standard of care into the modern age. Better Walk was selected as one of the top companies in the Zero To 510 accelerator class of 2013. Additionally, Better Walk has also presented at the White House to President Barack Obama, at the Georgia Bio Shark Tank 2013, SEMDA 2014.