Seven Irish people have been included on this year's Forbes '30 under 30' list.
The fourth annual Europe list recognises 300 people who are making waves in various industries including technology, sport, science, media and entertainment.
The so-called 'young disruptors' from the ten categories hail from 34 European countries and 22 non-European countries.
The Irish contingent who have been recognised for their innovation, entrepreneurship and talent this year include: Jessie Buckley, Peter O'Mahony, Sally Hayden, Kevin Glynn, Edel Browne, Ciara Clancy and Conall Laverty.
Jessie Buckley, 29, has been recognised in the Entertainment category for her performance in the 2018 film 'Beast'.
The Kerry-native was nominated for a Rising Star award at this year's Baftas, but lost out to British actress Letitia Wright, who also makes Forbes' list.
Buckley first appeared on our screens in the 2008 BBC series 'I'd Do Anything', and also recently starred in the broadcaster's TV adaptation of 'War and Peace'.
28-year-old Munster and Ireland rugby star Peter O'Mahony is featured on the list in the Sports and Games category.
The Corkman was part of three Ireland teams who were crowned Six Nations champions, as well as teams who won a Grand Slam and Triple Crown.
Forbes also notes O'Mahony's endorsements with Adidas, Audi Cork and the Bank of Ireland.
Freelance investigative journalist Sally Hayden is just 29 but has amassed an extensive portfolio while reporting on migration, conflict and humanitarian crises across the globe.
The UCD Law graduate lives in London and has reported from countries including Syria, Sudan, Nigeria and Iraq.
As part of her inclusion on the Media and Marketing category, Forbes noted her reporting on Boko Haram and refugee returns to Syria, as well as her volunteer work.
So nice to be named in the Forbes 30 Under 30 list for media in Europe (though I need to reiterate I'm Irish, not British!)https://t.co/z5m122wrPe— Sally Hayden (@sallyhayd) February 12, 2019
Kevin Glynn, another UCD graduate who lives in London, is the co-founder of Butternut Box, a pet care startup delivering home-cooked dog meals directly to customers.
The 29-year-old is acknowledged in the Retail and E-commerce category for his achievement in securing $8m in funding and serving 3 million meals to date.
For every new client, Butternut Box donates a meal to a homeless or sheltered dog.
We have had some very exciting news here at Butternut HQ today. Our very own Kevin has made it into the Forbes 30 under 30 2019 list.— Butternut Box (@ButternutBox) February 12, 2019
As a team, we’re so incredibly proud of Kevin and this amazing achievement. He really is a top dog! 🐶 #ForbesUnder30 https://t.co/OTGVH9B82v pic.twitter.com/zixqhYGj0W
21-year-old Edel Browne is one of the youngest names on the list and is the founder of Free Feet Medical.
She won the individual award at the BT Young Scientist at the age of 15 for her project which invented a medical device to treat gait freezing, a common symptom of Parkinson's disease.
Browne, who is from Galway, is recognised in the Science and Healthcare category for her work in the six years since to turn her invention into a product.
The founder of Beats Medical, Ciara Clancy, joins Browne in the Science and Healthcare category.
The 28-year-old Dubliner trained as a physical therapist but then founded her company to develop digital therapeutic programs so more people can access physical therapy at home for people with Parkinson's.
She has raised $1.2m in funding and the company has partnered with VHI on its ‘Beats Medical Dyspraxia App’.
Delighted to be included in the Forbes 30 Under 30 list. There's great team behind all our work at Beats Medical who have helped us get to where we are today. Looking forward to continuing to expand our impact in 2019 #ForbesUnder30 https://t.co/u1pIVUbWEj pic.twitter.com/X4bQNPylYs— Dr Ciara Clancy (@ciarapt) February 12, 2019
Another Irish innovator is Conall Laverty, 29, is the founder and CEO of Wia, a startup that provides the backend for developers and companies to build Internet of Things devices.
Laverty, who lives in Dublin, is noted by Forbes to have raised 750,000 in venture funding and his company boasts clients including the BBC, Net-a-Porter, Vodafone and Samsung.
The firm's claim that more than 35,000 developers across the world use the service is recognised by Forbes in its Technology category.
Honoured to be on this year's @Forbes 30 Under 30 list! Humbling to be included in a group of such amazing people.— Conall Laverty (@ConallLaverty) February 12, 2019
Really looking forward to showing you all what we have in store for 2019 (and beyond)!https://t.co/Q6zFsuN8Ua#ForbesUnder30 pic.twitter.com/Lmt6Uif6ah
Other notable people from across Europe recognised for their work include George Ezra, Jess Glynn, Daniel Radcliffe, Antoine Griezmann and N'Golo Kanté.
Forbes also releases lists for the US and Canada and Asia.