Garrett Camp Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth

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Garrett Camp Biography

Garrett Camp is a Canadian billionaire entrepreneur, who was born on October 4, 1978. He has founded a number of firms, including StumbleUpon, a search engine, and Uber; Camp is chairman of Mix, the successor to StumbleUpon, and was on Uber’s board of directors until 2020. He currently resides in Los Angeles.

Garrett Camp Age

Garrett Camp was born and raised in Calgary, Alberta. He is years old in 2023.

Garrett Camp Height

Garrett Camp is 5 feet 10 inches tall and weighs 70kg.

Garrett Camp Education

Camp earned a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Electrical Engineering between 1996 and 2001 from the University of Calgary, followed by a Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Software Engineering from the same school between 2001 and 2005.

Garrett Camp Family

His father was a businessman, while his mother was a painter. The pair, however, quit their jobs. They collaborated as a design/build team to construct residences. Garrett inherited his parents’ entrepreneurial spirit.

Garrett Camp Wife

Camp is one of many World’s Wealthiest Billionaires who is still unmarried and has never married. He is an extremely secretive person who has kept his personal life a closely guarded secret.

Garrett Camp’s Net worth

Garret Camp’s net worth is estimated to be $3.6 billion in 2023.

Garrett Camp Career

Camp co-founded StumbleUpon in 2002. It was the first personalized recommendation engine and platform for web discovery. The service enabled users to discover web content with a single click during the Web 2.0 era.

In 2007, Time magazine named StumbleUpon one of the “50 Best Websites” and one of the “50 Must-Have iPad Apps” in 2013.StumbleUpon was purchased by eBay for $75 million in 2007 then spun off in 2009, re-establishing itself as an independent firm.

Following its spin-off, Camp worked to expand its products, including mobile phone app discovery and social networking. Users were transferred to, a venture established in part by Camp’s studio startup firm, Expa, in mid-2018, after the platform maintained standalone web and mobile apps.

Camp, a frequent visitor to co-founder Kalanick’s house, became dissatisfied with San Francisco cab services and found hiring drivers with elite black car services inconvenient and costly.He eventually devised the concept of a smartphone app that would allow users to summon luxury vehicles directly from their smartphones.

He explored the idea with Kalanick, who agreed to be a “mega advisor” to the company, which was formerly known as UberCab.In early 2009, while still CEO of StumbleUpon, Camp created Uber as UberCab. Uber began operations in San Francisco in mid-2010 with only a few cars on the road, and in late 2010, company raised $1.25 million in venture funding.

The company expanded both domestically and abroad in 2011. Uber’s slogan is “Everyone’s Private Driver,” and in mid-2012, the business debuted UberX and Uber SUV to provide clients with lower-cost and more vehicle alternatives.

UberTAXI was launched in late 2012, allowing taxi drivers to use the app with taxi-like pricing for clients, and CEO Travis Kalanick said in early 2013 that Uber would begin offering a ride-sharing service, allowing community drivers to use the app.

In 2012, Uber was recognized one of Forbes’ top ten companies, and in 2013, it was placed sixth on Fast Company’s Most Innovative Companies list.Uber is based in San Francisco and has expanded to serve consumers in over 600 cities around the world.

Camp founded Expa in 2013. Expa is a startup studio that provides seed cash, a workspace, and technical guidance to early-stage firms.Expa partners are based in San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York, Vancouver, and, more recently, London.

In March 2014, Expa raised its first $50 million from investors to fund the design and development of new firms.In March 2016, Expa raised an extra $100 million to fund the formation of new enterprises. Expa has helped a variety of firms grow and launch, including,, and

On April 29, 2020, Expa hired David Clark as its European partner to create a new headquarters in London.

Eco, a cryptocurrency, is currently being developed by Camp. In order to overcome typical concerns with digital currencies, Camp is trying to make it a digital global currency that facilitates daily business transactions as a method of payment.

Eco wants to be the most energy-efficient currency in terms of transaction verification and token creation.

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