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Business Ventures by Elon musk

A brief explanation on the Business ventures by Elon Musk who is known as the real life "Iron Man". PayPal, SpaceX and Hyperloop is covered in this presentation.

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Business Ventures by Elon musk

  1. 1. • Born in 1971, South Africa • At age 12, Musk taught himself computer programming and created a video game called Blastar • Graduated from University of Pennsylvania. Dropped out of Stanford University to take advantage of internet boom. • Started with online newspaper company , Zip2. ,sold the company in 1999 for $307 million. • In 1999 he co-founded X.com, which changed its name to PayPal (online payment company) • Co-founded Tesla motors in 2004 , CEO and chief product architect. • Co-founded solar city along with his cousins with him as the highest stake-holder. • Founded Space-X in 2002 , with an aim of advanced and efficient rocket technology. • Referred as thrillionaire. • In 2013- Musk introduced his new endeavor – The Hyperloop (5th mode of transport). Who is he?
  2. 2. Ventures covered in this Presentation
  3. 3. Journey from Worst to Worth Company 1998 • Established in December 1998, at Confinity. • Confinity is a company that developed security software for hand held devices. 1999 • Developed & launched as money transfer service at Confinity, founded by John Malloy. • Initially worked as Palm Pilot payments. 2000 • Confinity merged with X.com, an online banking company founded by Elon Musk. • President and CEO of X.com Bill Harris left the company.
  4. 4. 2001 • X.com will terminate its other internet banking opterations and focus on PayPal services. • The company X.com was then renamed PayPal. 2002 • Companies executive decides to take PayPal to public. • IPO listed ticker at $13 per share and ended up generating over $61 million. 2002 •In J uly 2002 PayPal was acquired by eBay for $1.5 billion. •PayPal became the payement method used by a majority of eBay users. 2010 •Paypal had over 100 million active user accounts in 190 markets through 25 different currencies. •Hacktivist grouped tried to distrup PayPal's operations. 2012 •Focused on International growth. •Accounted for 40% of the eBay's revenue.
  5. 5. 2014 • eBay decided to spin off PayPal into a seperat publicity trade company. 2015 • PayPal acquired Xoom corporation for about $1.9 billion. • This strengthen the PayPal's internatonal business, giving access to 1.3 million active U.S. customers. 2016 • PayPal operates 203 markets and has 179 million active, registered accounts, and allow use of 26 currencies. • PayPal joined the Fortune 500 for the first time.
  6. 6. • Founders and early employers of PayPal are informally termed as PayPal Mafia. After PayPal was acquired by eBay, around 200 employees departed. Most of this employees who left PayPal started their own company and majority of them became successful. These companies includes LinkedIn, YouTube, Reddit, etc. • PayPal is trying to crack the Chinese market and they have failed with their effort till date. The day they break into China is the day 165 million users turns into more than 300 million. • The total revenue generated by PayPal is amounted to a fraction under $8 billion, and the processing amount is above $61 billion in first three months of the year. This means everyday PayPal processes $9.3 million. Facts About PayPal
  7. 7. S.W.O.T Analysis
  8. 8. • PayPal is available in 203 markets around the globe, and it processes payment in 100 different currencie. • In United States, PayPal accounts for as much as 30% of all online transactions, making it third most popular method behind credit cardsand debit cards. • The company’s only transaction medium eBay, now accounts for only 45% of the total transaction. • PayPal is growing day by day, as evidence by the fact that their total transaction volume amounted to $180 billion in 2013, but had to $228 billion in 2014. Availability and Growing
  9. 9. Inception and Progress • Falcon 1 -Founded in 2002,the first private company to launch liquid fuel rocket in the orbit( september 2008). • Falcon 9-First private company to launch and recover a spacecraft.(december 2010). • Dragon-First private company to send a space craft to ISS. • Falcon 9-First water landing of a first stage orbital rocket(april 2016).
  10. 10. • Falcon 1- All three rocket engines were privately funded.(Merlin,Kerstel,Draco) • Falcon 9- US government funded a portion in development. • August 2012-SpaceX joined a large development contract with NASA. • At year end of 2012 SpaceX had 40 launches on his manifest representing about $4 billion in contract revenue. • January 2015-SpaceX raised $1 billion in funding from google and fidelity.
  11. 11. Future of Space Exploration.. • Privatizing space transportations. • Making it possible for humans to live on other planets. • Fully reusable aircrafts. • Making it economical to travel in space.
  12. 12. Strengths: 1. unique approach to R&D. 2. Reusable rocket system. 3. competitive prices 4. in-house development,testing,fabrication. Weakness: 1.in future, more expensive 2. investment in vain. 3. future profitability. 4. invest a lot in R&D Opportunities: Leading role in rocket development. No competition. Lots of revenue. Many contracts.. Threats: Raw material cost increases. Labor cost increases. Loss of contract from bigger agencies. They don’t create missions of their own. If government lose their interest. S.W.O.T Analysis
  13. 13. How Does it work?
  14. 14. • 1799 , first patent of pressurized tube transportation by British mechanical engineer. • Coined the word hyper(hypersonic) + loop (runs in loop) in July 2012 at a PandoDaily event in Santa Monica, California . • This would be immune to weather, collision free, twice the speed of a plane, low power consumption, and energy storage for 24-hour operations. • From late 2012 until August 2013, a group of engineers from both Tesla and SpaceX worked on the conceptual modelling of Hyperloop. • Musk made hyperloop an open source design. • June 2015 – Space X made 1.6 mile long hyperloop test track beside SpaceX Hawthorne facility for test run by third parties. • By November 2015 , several companies and student’s team are working on hyperloop’s concept in Hawthorne facility , improvising the design. Inception and progress
  15. 15. • Announced their plan to connect LA and Las Vegas in Feb 2015 • They have organized board with group of 100 engineers , raised capital of 90 million USD. • On May 11, 2016 Hyperloop One conducted the first live trial of Hyperloop technology. • In July 2016, they released a preliminary study that suggested a Hyperloop connection between Helsinki and Stockholm would be feasible, reducing the travel time between the cities to half an hour. The construction costs were estimated to be around €19 billion (US$21 billion at 2016 exchange rates). • Group of 500 part time engineers located across US • They are working on the route connecting San Francisco and Los Angeles. • Finalized deal in May 2015 with landowners to build 5 Km test track in the proposed route. • Partnered with Oerlikon Leybold Vacuum and AECOM to assist in the development and construction of the test track • estimated to take 32 months to complete at a cost of US$150 million. Groups that acquired funding
  16. 16. • A Toronto Based startup that intends to connect Toronto and Montreal • Their full scale model will be revealed in InnoTrans Rail show – Berlin in Sept 2016. • Their infrastructure is capable of being solar powered with computer driven control. • TransPod has announced a plan to produce a commercial vehicle by 2020 and to work with regulatory agencies for approval of its first hyperloop lines between 2020-25. Groups that acquired funding
  17. 17. STRENGTHS: Less expensive than other ideas • Modern • Fast • Easier to build • Earthquake resistant • Reduced drag and friction THREATS: • Foreign mode of transportation • Fast speeds may deter people • Hyperloop is not yet perfected • Overlap with other proposals • Proposed tube size may “choke” airflow WEAKNESSES: • New and unknown • Not everyone wants to travel that fast • Not much room in each “capsule” • Trains work fine and people like them • Turns prevent it from hitting top speed OPPORTUNITES: • New • Exciting • Safety • Efficiency • Can be used in Mars Transportation • Faster than normal trains S.W.O.T Analysis
  18. 18. 5th Mode of transportation : The future? The Hyperloop will be viewed as an astonishing advancement in current transportation technology. Because it will be safer, quieter, cheaper, environmentally friendly, and most importantly, faster. Through the use of “The Fifth Mode,” people will see how the Hyperloop really is the way of the future. This communications strategy will bring the many positives of building the Hyperloop forward so potential investors and consumers alike will see that investing and using the Hyperloop is a smart choice for everyone.
  19. 19. Thank You!

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