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    1. 1. Kayla Buchmann Proudly Presents:
    2. 2.  Created in 1997 by Reed Hastings and MarcRandolph History Trivia- sales of 1998 DVD of PresidentClinton Grand Jury Trial In 2002 – Netflix, Inc. had 500,000 subscribers andbegan life as a publicly traded company Currently serving over 1 million customers to date Famous for no due date or late feesCompany Background
    3. 3.  Currently serving the regions of:North AmericaMexicoSouth AmericaUnited KingdomNordic region Serving 47 countries and counting Headquarters:100 Winchester Circle Los Gatos, CA 95032Areas Served and CompanyHeadquarters
    4. 4.  Departments for services including: Billing, talent,content, international, etc. Headquarters are in Los Gatos CaliforniaOrganizational StructureFlat
    5. 5.  :Reed Hastings, 52, CEO/ Founder David Wells, 42, CFO Kelly Bennett, Chief Marketing Officer Neil Hunt, 51, Chief Product Officer Theodore Sarandos , 48, Chief Content Officer Jonathan Friedland , 53, Chief CommunicationsOfficer Bill Holmes, 42, Chief Business Development Officer Patricia McCord, 58, CTOManagement
    6. 6. ( Figures reflect most recent quarter ending March30,2013) Revenue: $1,023,961 Net Income: $2,689 Stock Price as of May 21,2013 at 4 P.M. ET is $237.09 Stock is expected to vary over the fiscal year withcompany price adjustments and content contractcancellations. Price is on the decline.Finances
    7. 7. Products and ServicesProducts:• DVD• Blu-Ray disc• Instantly streaming online videoServices:Online and mail video rental
    8. 8.  2011- serviced 61% of US streaming digital moviemarket Enterprise value of $8.9 Billion as of April 2013 Current lifetime revenue is $3.6 BillionMarket Research
    9. 9. Content ProvidersWalt Disney StudiosWarner Bros. StudiosTime WarnerTurner Broadcasting SystemUniversal Studios
    10. 10. Promotion1 month free trial beginning the day of membershipEntitles customer to watch instant streaming movies on 1 device at atimeCan be canceled during month at any time to avoid monthly chargeIf not canceled within the month, customer will be automaticallybilled for the next service month
    11. 11. IphoneAndroidWindows smart phoneXboxRokuPlaystation 3Computer ( Mac/PC)WiiBlu-Ray PlayerAccepted DevicesIpadSmart TV
    12. 12. (All plans are billed monthly with cancellation availableanytime during current serviced month) Streaming only-$7.99 1 DVD+ streaming - $16.00 2 DVDs + streaming - $19.98 3 DVDs + Streaming - $23.98 4 DVDs + streaming- $29.98Price
    13. 13.  Amazon.com, Inc. Trans World Entertainment Corporation Direct Brands, Inc. Hastings Entertainment Inc. Books-A-Million Inc. Barnes and Noble Inc. Blockbuster L.L.C.Competition
    14. 14. Thank you for watching!