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  • eBay Inc. Overview April 25, 2008
  • eBay in California
    • 12.5 million Registered Users in California
    • Over 4,000 Trading Assistants – Small businesses and individuals who sell items for others.
    • California is home to eBay Inc.
    • Over 3,500 employees
        • eBay, PayPal, Skype (San Jose)
        • StubHub, StumbleUpon (San Francisco)
        • Pro Stores (Folsom)
        • (Burlingame)
        • (Los Angeles)
  • Our Three Businesses - Where We Play on the Internet Pay Communicate Find Buy Entertain
  • With a Large and Growing Core Business
    • Global presence in 39 markets
    • 54% of our revenue comes from International Marketplaces
    • 45,000 developers leveraging our APIs
    Gross Merchandise Volume 29% Average Annual Growth Rate 49% Average Annual Growth Rate 1999 2007 2.8B 59B
  • Payment Volume Growth Total Payment Volume $14.4 B (Billions) Non-US US 34% yoy growth
  • eBay - A Great Global Business Europe Austria Belgium France Germany Ireland Italy Netherlands Poland Spain Switzerland Sweden Turkey UK Americas USA Canada Argentina* Brazil* Chile* Colombia* Costa Rica* Dominican Republic* Ecuador* Mexico* Panama* Peru* Uruguay* Venezuela* *MercadoLibre sites Asia Pacific Australia China Hong Kong Japan India Korea Malaysia New Zealand Philippines Singapore Thailand Taiwan Minority investment eBay site Presence in 39 Markets
  • PayPal - Growth by Geographic Expansion
    • PayPal is now available in:
    • 190 markets (from 55 in 2006)
    • 17 currencies (from 7 in 2006)
      • 10 new Currencies:
        • CHF (Swiss Franc)
        • CZK (Czech Krona
        • DKK (Danish Krone)
        • HKD (HK Dollar)
        • HUF (Hungarian Forint)
        • NOK (Norwegian Krone)
        • NZD (NZ Dollar)
        • PLN (Polish Zloty)
        • SEK (Swedish Krone)
        • SGD (Singapore Dollar)
    PayPal send-only PayPal available + withdrawal to local bank account or via check PayPal localized
  • Global Expansion has led to Global Commerce
    • eBay is the largest multi-national trading platform on the Internet
    + = Growing Global Community in Europe, Asia and Latin America FX changes are generating new global arbitrage opportunities HIGHER AND HIGHER amounts of cross-border trade
  • Ways we help our global commerce community
    • PayPal : Universal payment service unique in its ability to handle multiple currencies and multiple funding options.
    • Global Membership : Users get access to all our sites all around the world and carry their track record with them.
    • eBay Site Integration : Discovering ways we can help “local” sellers get more visibility abroad – US-UK options rolling May 1.
    • Global Buying Portals : Shipping support and eBay content translation in order to support buyers from all over the world.
    • Courier Partnerships: Teaming with some of the largest couriers in the world including UPS, USPS, Royal Mail, and Deutsche Post.
  • Areas of Further Interest
    • As export/import demand grows, eBay has to think about what key areas can further support our users….
      • Customs: Partnerships or content support to help make customs easier to be understood by both buyer and seller.
      • International Shipping Support: Hope to be the leader in how international shipping is done online.
      • Translation: What technologies can help users scan the world easier for global bargains?
      • Global Matching: Can eBay get more involved in settling international supply and demand imbalances?