You Tube began life being funded by investors and was run in an improvised office in a garage.
Jawed Karim uploaded the first ever video on the platform in April, showing him attending a zoo with elephants in the background.
A really odd beginning and with an inspiring story, You Tube’s growth from start to end is truly brilliant and something we all can learn from.
You Tube, the majestic empire of a video-sharing website that it is today, was founded by Chad Hurley, Steve Chen, and Jawed Karim.
One project too, started by a group of young individuals who were alone, set out with its goal to help people find love.
Right from newspapers in 1685 to modern online dating apps today, people have been using media to propel their love life and relationships.
It is interesting how dating through media has evolved through the ages.
and Roelof Botha (a partner of the firm and former CFO of Pay Pal) joined the You Tube board of directors.
In April 2006, Sequoia and Artis Capital Management invested an additional million in the company, which had experienced significant growth in its first few months.