Table of contents:
- 1. Ashton Kutcher - invested in startups Uber and Airbnb
- 2. Supermodel Karlie Kloss - created a foundation to teach women to program
- 3. Actor and musician Jared Leto - invests in smart homes and apps
Video: 3 Celebrities Who Went Into The Field Of IT Technology
2023 Author: Henry Pass | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-27 21:12
Today we can safely say: the world has crossed the threshold of technological development and the field of IT-technologies is the most promising direction for improving the quality of life of the entire planet. Not only digital geniuses think so, but also celebrities. We decided to write about those who have completely gone into programming or are planning to do so in the near future.
1. Ashton Kutcher - invested in startups Uber and Airbnb
Starring as Apple founder Steve Jobs, the comedian practically retired from Hollywood affairs and completely went into the development of IT startups. Kutcher was one of the first to see the potential and invested in the Airbnb rental service, Uber taxis, and the Box cloud service. As a result, these investments brought the actor a huge dividend of $ 250 million. By the way, Ashton founded two venture funds: A-Grade Investments and Sound Ventures, which help promising startups in Silicon Valley.
2. Supermodel Karlie Kloss - created a foundation to teach women to program
3. Actor and musician Jared Leto - invests in smart homes and apps
Oscar-winning 46-year-old actor Jared Leto is considered a "quiet" businessman in Hollywood who is not too fond of talking about his investment exploits. Now the star has about forty investments in various projects and several companies founded by him personally. In 2017 alone, Leto invested in the DocuSign digital signature service and the popular Headspace meditation app. The biggest deal the celebrity was involved in was the sale of the Nest smart home system for $ 3.2 billion! By the way, the purchase was made by Google, which was the beginning of Jared's cooperation with the largest search engine in the world.
- Karlie Kloss
- Jared Leto
- Ashton Kutcher
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