From 2000 to 2009, some 446 companies in all have been named tech pioneers by the World Economic Forum. Some, such as Google and PayPal, have gone on to become household names. This year’s 26 honorees hail from all corners of the globe and include the largest group ever of so-called cleantech companies—a testament to growing environmental concerns. The pioneers also include young companies aiming to improve health and the way we communicate and do business. Click on to look at a slide show of all 26 of this year’s nominees.
Informilo Editor-in-Chief Jennifer L. Schenker’s digital slide show featuring all 26 of the World Economic Forum’s 2010 technology pioneers.
Click on the link below to read the World Economic Forum’s report on the Class of 2010, which was prepared by Informilo Editor-in-Chief Jennifer L. Schenker