in San Francisco, engineers and literary youth mixed together to form an interesting mix of culture. Computer geeks Nathan and two young artists designers Brian and Joe become roommates, so there is a housing rental community Airbnb.
I’ve always felt that real entrepreneurs are those who find opportunities in crisis. The economic crisis that lasted for several years promoted the development of "Economy" (Sharing), and "sharing" is what the Internet is good at. Like Airbnb, GitHub, Kickstarter, Lending, Club such a platform through the Internet, to help people better in crisis sharing and allocation of resources, the company’s future is limitless.
Airbnb is one of the world’s most popular travel housing rental communities, users can search or search through the network or mobile applications, rental housing rental information and complete online booking procedures. In September last year after the C round of financing, the only five year history of the company’s valuation has reached $2 billion 500 million.
Nathan Blecharczyk is Airbnb’s CTO and co-founder (pictured in the middle stand). I saw him in the weeks before the world economic forum in Davos, the tall slim young man looked very humble in a group of the world’s top five hundred entrepreneurs and leaders in. We were about to meet at the front desk of the Hilton Hotel, and I recognized him from the crowd, because only the geek from Silicon Valley would be so awkward to wear an expensive suit.
Nathan said he came to China to teach English for a few years, but I couldn’t tell the name of the city he had been waiting for.
Nathan Blecharczyk is Airbnb’s CTO and co-founder (middle standing).
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Nathan graduated from the computer department of Harvard University, is the founder of Facebook Zuckerberg’s fellow brothers Zuckerberg, a freshman, senior Nathan. Nathan probably didn’t realize that he had just spent more than a year at Harvard running to Silicon Valley. But Nathan after graduation also chose Zuckerberg and the same road, across the continent to the west coast of the Silicon Valley.
soon Nathan got a job in a software company and moved to an apartment in San Francisco, next to Silicon Valley. Here he met his two roommates, Brian Chesky and Joe Ge>