9 Famous Garage Startups That now Rule the World

9 Famous Garage Startups That now Rule the World

Hello people , today we are presenting you the most ambitious companies which were started in a room .. With their hard work and dedication , also the marketing ideas , today these are renowned and expensive one .

Let’s have a look:

 Disney

The Walt Disney Company was started by Walt Disney and his brother Roy . The company was initiated in their uncle’s garage in Los Angeles back in the year 1923.

Microsoft

Bill Gates and Paul Allen founded Microsoft in a small garage in Albuquerque, New Mexico and had very little resources to work with.

Dell

Michael Dell is also a college dropout who founded a big company in the computer business. Michael started designing customized computers from his garage in 1964. Today, Dell has a net worth more than $50 billion.

Amazon

Amazon was started as an online bookselling store by Jeff Bezos, who is one of the richest man as of now .He initiated his work from his home garage in Bellevue, Washington.

Google

Who doesn’t use GOOGLE ?? the most popular search engine . Larry Page and Sergey Brin rented a garage in Menlo Park California from one of their colleagues named Susan Wojcicki. Susan is now is now the CEO of video sharing platform Youtube.

Hewlett-Packard

Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard started HP in Packard’s garage in 1939. The Hewlett-Packard Garage in Palo Alto is now known as the birthplace of Silicon Valley and HP is now one of the most popular tech company in the world.

 Harley Davidson

William S. Harley started Harley Davidson with his childhood friend in a 15-foot wooden shed in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Founded in 1903, today it is the most known motorcycle brand in the world.

Apple

Steve Jobs started Apple with Steve Wozniak in 1976, after getting a demand for 50 computers of Wozniak’s designed Apple I Computer at $500. Jobs and Wozniak completed this task in only 30 days. They did this at Steve’s parents’ garage in Cupertino, California.

Nike

Nike was started in 1964 in the trunk of a car. Phil Knight used to make Nike shoes and his university coach Bill Bowerman tested them on runners.

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