These Few Years Companies are Already Benchmarks and Worth Millions

These Few Years Companies are Already Benchmarks and Worth Millions

It is common to think that companies need decades to be successful, but it is not the case of these technologies that with a short distance traveled are worth millions. Read on!

It is common to think that companies need decades to be successful, but it is not the case of these technologies that with a short distance traveled are worth millions. Read on!

When you think about a big, multi-billion dollar business, you automatically assume that it took many decades to get to the top.

However, companies related to technology and the digital world have accelerated that trajectory of success, sneaking into the most popular in just a few years. From Uber to Reddit, here we take a tour of companies that are not even 20 years old and are now billionaires:

Buzzfeed

The list articles, or listicles as they are called on this site, especially those that talk about topics such as the highest calorie desserts or the most adorable cats, are the basis of the Buzzfeed empire. The news website was launched in 2009 and quickly expanded talking about food, lifestyle or entertainment.

Uber

Uber

For its part, founded in 2009, Uber is a free application created to connect people who need a ride with a driver. The application, which does not require the customer to carry cash, automatically charges the price of the journey on the credit card, and allows a driver to be requested to the exact location of the user by simply tapping on the smartphone screen.

Tinder

Launched in 2012, this dating social network where users can link their profile from Facebook and Instagram, is about swiping to the right to connect with close people and get to make possible love encounters, friendships, or whatever they are looking for. Username.

Reddit

Reddit

For its part, Reddit is a grouping of user-created forums covering the entire entertainment and informational spectrum, from Photoshop tutorials to futurology, calling itself "the home page of the Internet." It's easy to get lost in a wormhole or two when browsing Reddit, which was founded in 2005 by college students, and its position as the sixth most visited site in the United States has earned it a financial valuation of $3 billion.

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