Rise of Paypal Mafia πŸ”₯ | Hidden Secrets of Paypal Mafia | Business Case Study

Fancy degree or real tech skills that scale?
Check SCALER πŸ‘‰ https://bit.ly/SCALER_AdityaSaini

#CreateImpact #DataScience #MachineLearning #SCALER
——————————————————————————————————————–
Video Introduction:
The “PayPal Mafia” is a group of former PayPal employees and founders who have since founded and developed additional technology companies such as Tesla, Inc., LinkedIn, Palantir Technologies, SpaceX, Affirm, Slide, Kiva, YouTube, Yelp, and Yammer. Most of the members attended Stanford University or the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign at some point in their studies. Originally, PayPal was a money-transfer service offered by a company called Confinity which was acquired by X.com in 1999. Later X.com was renamed PayPal and purchased by eBay in 2002. The original PayPal employees had difficulty adjusting to eBay’s more traditional corporate culture and within four years all but 12 of the first 50 employees had left. They remained connected as social and business acquaintances, and a number of them worked together to form new companies and venture firms in subsequent years. This group of PayPal alumni became so prolific that the term PayPal Mafia was coined. The term gained even wider exposure when a 2007 article in Fortune magazine used the phrase in its headline and featured a photo of former PayPal employees in gangster attire. The PayPal Mafia is sometimes credited with inspiring the re-emergence of consumer-focused Internet companies after the dot-com bust The PayPal Mafia phenomenon has been compared to the founding of Intel in the late 1960s by engineers who had earlier founded Fairchild Semiconductor after leaving Shockley Semiconductor. They are discussed in journalist Sarah Lacy’s book Once You’re Lucky, Twice You’re Good. According to Lacy, the selection process and technical learning at PayPal played a role, but the main factor behind their future success was the confidence they gained there. Their success has been attributed to their youth; the physical, cultural, and economic infrastructure of Silicon Valley; and the diversity of their skill-sets. PayPal’s founders encouraged tight social bonds among its employees, and many of them continued to trust and support one another after leaving PayPal. An intensely competitive environment and a shared struggle to keep the company solvent despite many setbacks also contributed to a strong and lasting camaraderie among former employees
———————————————————————————————————————-
For Business Enquiries/collaborations – adityasaini1505@gmail.com
———————————————————————————————————————–
My Social Handles:-
Join Our Premium Discord Community – https://discord.gg/49m8BbC6m7

Instagram @aditya.sainiofficial
https://www.instagram.com/aditya.saini4/

Facebook @adityasainiofficial
https://www.facebook.com/adityasainiofficial4
———————————————————————————————————————
Title Contents:
00:00 – Introduction To Paypal Mafia Business Case Study
00:22 – How Paypal Mafia Started?
01:00 – How Elon Musk became A Part of Paypal Mafia?
01:15 – Who Started the Paypal Mafia?
02:15 – Paypal Business Strategy
02:25 – The Rise of Paypal Mafia
02:35 – Online Finance Working Model
03:40 – Problems in Paypal Online Finance Business
04:16 – Ebay Paypal 1.5 Billion Dollar Acquisition
04:45 – The Start of Paypal Mafia
05:00 – How Paypal Mafia is Ruling the Startup World
07:00 – The members of Paypal Mafia
08:00 – Who Named Paypal Mafia?
———————————————————————————————————————-
#Paypal #Paypalmafia #Finance #Onlineearning #paypalfinance #paypalmafiacasestudy #paypalmafiabusinesscasestudy #paypalmafiadocumentary #whostartedpaypalmafia #elonmuskpaypalmafia #elonmusk #paypalmafiasecrets #Marketingcasestudy #Businessmodel #Businessstrategies #marketingstrategies #businesscasestudy #adityasaini