Facebook’s IPO launch is round the corner. The company has completed the paperwork and its expected to be valued around $100billion which is remarkable when compared to Google’s IPO in 2004, which was just $23billion.
The biggest gainers of Facebook IPO would be the people/employees of Facebook who has shares in it. Thousand of them would raise onto become instant millionaires.
Its no differtent case with Facebook’s co-founder Mark Zuckerberg.
As Zuckerberg holds 24 percent share in Facebook, its IPO would make him the 35th richest person in the world. He’ll surpass Apple’s founder Steve Jobs, says Frobes.
Not only him, other big shareholders in Facebook including Dustin Moskovitz, Sean Parker, Eduardo Saverin would also climb-up many places in the list of richest billionaires.
With Facebook IPO launch, the social networking site would be open for investments from you and me. Though, Facebook would be flooded with money but it has to better direct its ads service and find new sources of revenue.