The marvelous life span of Snap Inc. CEO Evan Spiegel
Life of Evan Spiegel is good as he is one of the most youngest and self-made billionaire. His company, Snap Inc. is getting ready for one of the most fiercely expected initial public contributions of 2017 at a potential valuation of $25 billion.
And with an anticipated net worth of $5 billion, Spiegel, 26, is one of the youngest billionaires in the world.
He lives a captivated life and he knows it really well.
“I am a young, white, educated male,” the Snapchat creator once said at a Stanford business conference. “I got really, really lucky. And life isn’t fair.”
Hauled highlights of Spiegel’s fabulous life and career from profiles by LA Weekly, Forbes, Business Insider, Court documents, and more.
Spiegel was raised in the Pacific Palisades, a swanky Los Angeles farm just east of Malibu. He is the elder son of two Ivy League-educated lawyers. His parents separated when he was in high school.
When Spiegel was 16, he got his driving license, he was granted a Cadillac Escalade, which he placed in the gated Southern California Edison parking lot to his school. Spiegel’s father presented Edison through the energy crisis.
Spiegel spent his early years at an ultra-exclusive school called Crossroads in Santa Moniza, which outlays tens of thousands per educational year. Furthermore prominent alumni comprises of Tinder cofounder Sean Rad, Kate Hudson, Jonah Hill, Jack Black and Gwyneth Paltrow.
Spiegel studied product design at Stanford (his father’s alma mater), where he meet up future Snapchat cofounders Reggie Brown and Bobby Murphy.