Kegan Fisher

Good Company

Kegan has been featured in Crains' '40 under 40' list for 2016, Forbes' ‘30 Under 30’ list for 2015, and Inc. Magazine’s '30 Under 30' for 2015, among others.


New Technology and Startups


New technology is shaping the way that businesses design, manufacture and distribute products to their end user. Additive manufacturing innovator, Kegan Fisher, challenges the start-up culture and discusses adopting new business models for the future of manufacturing.



2015 30 Under 30 

Forbes Magazine

Presenting the brightest young entrepreneurs, innovators and game changers.



2015 40 Under 40


An annual list of 40 people who have achieved success in business before turning 40.



How an iPad and a 3D Printer Can Fix Your Sweaty, Messed Up Feet


3D PRINTERS CAN make anything from jet turbines to hyper-detailed video game avatars. Kegan Schouwenburg and her startup SOLS have invented one more application: They want to revolutionize the way podiatrists treat plantar fasciitis.




3D printing is sexy. Orthotics are… less sexy. But Kegan Schouwenburg attracted millions in funding by merging the two, and understanding everything about her customers’ feet.

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The Blueprint Talks with Kegan Schouwenburg of SOLS


SOLS is the future of footwear. The company makes 3D printed orthotics more accessible and with shorter lead time. 



Inc.'s 30 under 30 is a featured annual list of 30 entrepreneurs under the age of 30 put together by Inc. magazine.

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With $6.4 Million in New Funding, This 3-D Printed Insole Maker Is Looking Hot


If anyone can convince you of the latent sexiness of an insole, it’s Schouwenburg. 

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Fundraising While Female


Women Entrepreneurs And VCs On How To Bridge The Gender Gap



Mental Floss

Kegan Schouwenburg desperately wanted the world to be more like the futuristic sci-fi she read growing up. She also wanted to wear stylish heels—ones that actually fit her flat feet...



SOLS CEO Kegan Schouwenburg on the ups and downs of running a 3D printed orthotics startup


A veteran of the manufacturing and 3D printing industries, she now finds herself in the fairly unexpected business of orthotics.



Huffington Post

These Female Entrepreneurs Dress To Match Their Brands



Our exclusive Interview with SOLS Founder and CEO Kegan Schouwenburg

The Young Businessmen

By enabling a machine to build products across industries, on demand, 3D printing is truly ushering in a new era that is both economically sound and can cater to the desires that make everyone unique.



Cool Hunting

The remarkable technology, which SOLS built entirely in-house, is “the only end-to-end platform which enables scalable mass-customization of physical goods with an iPhone,” says founder Kegan Schouwenburg.



The Look Book: Kegan Schouwenburg

NY Mag

“I started a company that makes 3-D-printed orthotics. Right now, orthotics aren’t sexy, but there’s no reason they shouldn’t be.”