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Transcript of Alibaba
In 2003, launched Taobao Marketplace.
In 2004, established Alipay to address the issue of trust between buyers and sellers online.
In 2007, launched Alimama, an online marketing technology platform.
In 2008, launched Tmall to address an increasing consumer need for branded products and a premium shopping experience.
In 2009, established Alibaba Cloud Computing to handle the increasing data management needs on the platform
In 2014, filed to become world's largest IPO
What is Alibaba?
Alibaba is the largest online and mobile commerce company in the world in terms of gross merchandise volume in 2013, according to industry sources.
Alibaba controls 80% of China's e-commerce as well as 48% of China's smart logistics (shipping companies)
GMV=Gross Merchandise Volume
How does Alibaba make money?
84% of the company’s revenue comes from its China commerce businesses, such as its Taobao and Tmall sites, according to the e-commerce giant’s IPO prospectus.
International commerce accounts for 12%
Cloud-computing and Internet infrastructure represents 1.9%
Additional revenue is generated through advertisements on its websites
China's Growth Potential
How will Alibaba maintain its growth and dominance?
Increasing its number of sellers globally
Improve its mobile platforms
Invest in new innovative businesses and ideas
Partner with large corporations in the U.S.
Remain peaceful with Chinese Communist Government
Apple's initial public offering opened at $22 a share. Apple is current trading at $107
Google made its debut on Aug. 19, 2004, at an IPO price of $85 per share. Google currently trades at $540
Amazon went public in 1997 at $18 per share. Amazon trades at $280
Alibaba started trading at $68 a share and is now currently trading at $100
Where will Alibaba's stock price go?