5 Greatest Companies Started in Garage
Before becoming massive and huge every company is started from scratches. Some become more successful and some do not. Here we are listing top 5 companies who have branded them self and introduced us with some greatest changes and now they are part of us. These companies share a common thing that they all have started in either own garage or rented garage. These multi-billion-dollar companies have proved that an great idea is great whether it come to a billionaire's mind and get developed in skyscraper or a normal person with just a garage.
1. Apple: Everyone have already have guessed this name reading just the title. No one in this world need to be introduced to Apple. It is the most iconic and valued brand on earth. But it is really be surprising to many people that Apple's first computer was built in a garage in Cupertino, California. In 1976, a guy named Steve Woznaik created the first Apple Computer. After this he joined the force with late Steve Jobs and Ronald Wayne, together they launched the company under the name Apple Computer Co. This company was made in garage of Jobs adopted parents. Their first order was from a local electronic retailer who ordered 50 computer at $500 per computer. They completed this target within 30 days meanwhile Wayne abandoned the business but that did not stopped Jobs and Woznaik. Today that Silicon Valley Home Garage is listed as one of the historic properties of California.
2. Hewlett-Packard: If you go at 10 miles away from the garage where Apple was built, another company was built in a rented garage. Stanford graduate Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard are two mind behind Hewlett-Packard Co. (HP). It was built in 1939 with the investment amount of $538. In this 12 by 18 foot garage HP built its first product and it was an audio oscillator. Who have thought that first customer was Walt Disney Productions. They bought 8 Audio Oscillator for making theater for certification of a surround sound system for movie Fantasia.
The garage was utilized as an examination lab, improvement workshop and assembling office for almost a year prior to the accomplices exceeded it and moved to roomier quarters adjacent. The organization was consolidated in 1947 and, 10 years from that point onward, turned into an open organization. Today, Packard's carport is a private historical center and is known as the "Birthplace of Silicon Valley." Address: 367 Addison Avenue, Palo Alto, California
3. Amazon: Four years in the wake of being named the youngest vice president of a fruitful Wall Street investment firm, Jeff Bezos quit his occupation and moved to Seattle to seek after what he accepted to be undiscovered web based retailing openings in the book business. He set up shop in his garage in Bellevue, Washington, and started creating programming. Since he couldn't have gatherings in a garage with a potbellied stove, Bezos held gatherings at an adjacent Barnes and Noble, where the majority of Amazon's first contracts were arranged. In July 1995, Bezos propelled Amazon.com and sold his first book from his garage startup. Two years from that point forward, Bezos issued his IPO. The organization is presently the world's biggest online retailer.
4. Google: Two mind behind the this company were met in 1990 at Stanford and made decision that they are going to build a company together. These two great minds were Larry Page and Sergey Brin. Now after 2 year of that meeting it was time to make Google's headquarter, so they rented a 2000-foot Menlo Park Garage of Susan Wojcicki at $1700 a month. At that time Susan was just a business school graduate who have rented her garage to make money to pay mortgage payment, become senior vice president till 2014. Within 1 year, Google grew up and with its 8 employee it moved to Palo Alto, in its new office with out growing the garage space.
5. Walt Disney Co.: It's the most astounding earning media combination on the planet, and it began in the mid year of 1923 in a one-auto garage that had a place with Walt Disney's uncle, Robert Disney. At the time, the organization was known as The Disney Brothers Studio and was situated around 45 minutes from today's Disneyland Park in Anaheim, California. In this little space, the group taped the Alice Comedies, which would later motivate Disney's adaptation of Alice in Wonderland.
A couple of months after the fact, Disney, alongside his sibling Roy, moved to a greater part down the road from their uncle's home, which is the place Disney marked an arrangement with Universal Studios to disperse the Alice Comedies. What's more, the rest, they say, is animation history.
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