Success stories are the one that provides you a path to the to your journey. It is an introductory method to learn and enjoy the mistakes of the known. Let’s look at some fantastic and inspiring stories of success.

1. Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak

Company: Apple Inc.

Year Founded:1976

In an interview with Seattle Times in 2006, Wozniak explained that Steve Jobs was always much further thinking. He said when he designed things, and sometimes Jobs would say, “We can sell this.” And we did it. We were always thinking about how to build a company. Maybe just maybe, Jobs was thinking, “How do you change the world?”

Larry Page and Sergey Brin

2. Larry Page and Sergey Brin

Company: Google

Year Founded:1998

Both of them have similar technology backgrounds; they both were in love with computers. They got this computer in their system at a very young age, and they both had parents who were professors—these both bonded overtimes. The primary reason for bonding was their passion for the same thing, which was data mining.

3. Evan Williams and Biz Stone

Company: Twitter

Year Founded: 2006

Both were was approached by Jack Dorsey, who was an Odeo engineer. He happened to have an idea he wanted to execute; this discussion went ahead to become Twitter.

4. Pierre Omidyar and Jeffrey Skoll

Company: eBay

Year Founded: 1995

Skoll was a recent Stanford MBA graduate. In the beginning, he scoffed at the auction website and said it was a stupid one, but and he agreed to come on board, and that is how eBay happened.

5. Gordon Moore and Bob Noyce

Company: Intel

Year Founded: 1968

Noyce is the co-inventor of the microchip, the visionary and inspiration for the great company Intel, and Moore was all about technology. These two joined forces and had talents no other did. They went ahead to create a company built entirely on cutting-edge innovation.

6. Jerry Yang and David Filo

Company: Yahoo!

Year Founded: 1995

These both worked together on a project initially which was for designing computer chips. It was not very interesting, so both of them skipped class to surf the internet. They started organizing stuff under topics, and their lists turned into Yahoo!

7. Danielle Weisberg & Carly Zakin

Company: The Skimm

Year Founded: 2012

These two quit their jobs and moved in together to make it happen. They launched the Skimm literally from their teachers. “For two girls who grew up more ‘Morning Glory’ than ‘The Social Network,’ it took a lot of guts for us to make theSkimm a reality,” they wrote on their About Us page.

8. Bill Gates & Paul Allen

Company: Microsoft

Year Founded: 1975

Both Gates and Allen began to understand that writing software for personal computers was becoming essential and could be a big business, and they were right. In 1975, the two made their partnership legal under the name “Micro-soft” and created their first-ever product, a programming language for the Altair.

9. Julia Hartz & Kevin Hartz

Company: Eventbrite

Year Founded: 2006

Eventbrite, a self-service ticketing platform, started in a wiring closet in 2006. Julia Hartz took care of customer experiences and business operations in the whole idea, Kevin. On the other hand, they took the help of the third partner made sure to work on the product. Today, Eventbrite is worth $1 billion.

10.  Bill Hewlett & Dave Packard

Company: HP

Year Founded: 1939

Both graduated from Stanford University, became friends at college, and decided to rent a garage in Palo Alto in 1938. They begin working together. Their first project was rare. It was an audio oscillator used to test sound equipment. Later, they started Hp in partnership.

Look at the dreams that they once saw, learn from the mistake and enjoy their success.

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