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K8 Keynote, "The Personal Revolution," from Sir Michael Moritz from Sequoia presented on September 9th, 2013.

K8 Keynote, "The Personal Revolution," from Sir Michael Moritz from Sequoia presented on September 9th, 2013.

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  • 1. The Personal Revolution
  • 2. Tools in the field
  • 3. Tools migrate to factories CityofTorontoArchives,JamesCollection
  • 4. Tools meet the assembly line
  • 5. 20001986 1993 Fiber Optic Cable. Image courtesy: Karen_O’D 2007 Bandwidth 2,253 petabytes 471 peta281 peta 66,560petabytes
  • 6. 20001986 1993 Storage 2.6 exabytes 54.5 exabytes15.8 exabytes 2007 295exabytes
  • 7. 3x1011 MIPS 20001986 1993 Computation 3x108 MIPS 4x109 MIPS 6.4x1012 MIPS 2007
  • 8. 244 IBM 360 490 Apple II 70,000 Windows Apple 900,000 Android 1M The App Explosion
  • 9. 1993 20031973 1983 2013 $ 750$ 6.6K 29 Dell 486 desktop computers $ 0.1M 34 IBM 3340 computers $ 22M 375 IBM 3340 computers $ 33M 2 PowerBook G4 laptops 1 Samsung Galaxy S4
  • 10. 17 M 2006 11 M 2007 674 M 2013 Tools in perspective 15.4 M 1994
  • 11. Systems $ Database $ Office Productivity $ Texting $ Voicemail / IVR $ Video conferencing $ Tools become ~ free 2000 2013
  • 12. Recruiting $ Sales $ Promotion $ Marketing $ Fulfillment $ Customer Service $ 2000 2013 Tools become ~ free
  • 13. The Center of the Personal Revolution The Data Factory
  • 14. Labor
  • 15. Money
  • 16. Global
  • 17. Global microphone for content 11.7M+ Opinion leaders 23.6M CXO's/Owners/Partners 1.6M Directors at Fortune 1,000 companies 238M Members on LinkedIn
  • 18. Arianna Huffington President & Editor-in-Chief at The Huffington Post Jack Welch Founder of Jack Welch Management Institute  Shinzo Abe Prime Minister of Japan Jim Kim President at The World Bank Maria Shriver Journalist, Author & Activist Bill Gates Co-chair of Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Maria Bartiromo Television Journalist at CNBC-TV Jamie Dimon Chairman & CEO at JPMorgan Chase Barack Obama President of the United States Richard Branson Founder at Virgin Group UNPAID content contributors
  • 19. Sam Taylor President & Owner, TNT transportation 18% month over month growth 40+ locations around the world Expanded his business and hired more drivers thanks to Uber
  • 20. Laura Barnum College Student - University of San Francisco 35% month over month revenue growth Worked 20-30 hours a week between classes and made over $20/hour
  • 21. Rosemarie 75% of 15,000 TaskRabbits nationwide rely on TaskRabbit to pay bills 10% earn 100% of their income Earns $7,000 a month using TaskRabbit, relying on it for 100% of her income
  • 22. Jordan Insley eBay Store owner 25 M sellers 1.3 M sellers use eBay as a primary/ secondary source of income. Major refurbished TV business
  • 23. King Arthur Flour A “200 year old” startup rebooted itself as a successful baking company, providing classes and products The average click through rate of an Adword is 4x compared to display ads
  • 24. Michelle Phan YouTube L’ancome spokesperson 4.6M subscribers $4B paid by advertisers, up 60% in 2012 from 2011 >1M creators signed up
  • 25. 2M sellers on 10 different marketplaces around the world Brice Hoskin Mountain Boy Sled Works Sells more than 14K sleds a year using Amazon marketplaces
  • 26. 1/4 of the top 100 best selling eBooks on Amazon.com were independently published using KDP Theresa Ragan Rejected by traditional publishers Sold nearly 250,000 books for the Kindle
  • 27. Ben Silbermann Pinterest Cofounder 3,000 consulting partners 1,800 technologists / ISVs 17M users in 9 months with fewer than 12 people
  • 28. Cari >2% of all active internet sites are Weebly sites. Closed her retail gift shop and built Coquettebath.com using Weebly. In 2012, made over 5,000 products by hand.
  • 29. David Uses Airbnb to subsidize his schooling. Hosted guests from Saudi Arabia, London, Afghanistan, and Mexico. 3M guests in 2012. 300,000 listings at the end of 2012.
  • 30. Hedda Parashos 31M visitors use Trulia’s site every month Went from under $100K in gross commissions to over $600K in gross commissions. Bought the real estate firm that she worked for.
  • 31. Jodie Rosen 250,000 home improvement professionals build their brands and connect with homeowners Started her own line of furniture after exposure from Houzz.
  • 32. Pura Vida Ships 20,000 bracelets a week to the US. Employs dozens of people in Costa Rica and more than 500 campus reps in the U.S. $10B processed annually 40K merchants on board (* end of FY2012)
  • 33. Alex Schwartz 6.6M editor sessions 400K monthly active developers Chief Scientist at Owlchemy Labs One of several indie gaming studios enabled by Unity3D.
  • 34. Sarah Seattle Landmark Mugs Now sells them in Nordstrom. Quit her day job $100M goods sold in July 2013 1M members joined in July 2013
  • 35. 2,200,000 1,800,000 40,00080,000
  • 36. $ 43,868 1968 2012 $ 52,762 Median Household Income * Inflation adjusted
  • 37. $ 10.70 1968 2013 $ 7.25 Minimum Wage
  • 38. GDP Growth 2002-2012 Source: The World Bank Figures in current USD 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% China Indonesia India Brazil United States
  • 39. Excluding and deporting talent China 10,165 Russia 873 Spain 684 UK 2,573 France 1,517 Japan 1,276 H1-B Visas granted in 2011
  • 40. The Personal Revolution explodes Y! Japan Rakuten Tencent Baidu Alibaba 360 Buy Ctrip Mail.ru Yandex Asos Naver
  • 41. The Personal Revolution