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Ben Silbermann being born on 14 July 1982, is an American billionaire Internet entrepreneur. He is the co-founder and CEO of Pinterest, a visual discovery engine. Furthermore, The search engine lets users organize images, links, recipes, and other things. The photo-sharing and pinning on a pinning board, on Pinterest, come from his old hobby of collecting items. Consequently, Pinterest has become one of the most famous social media platforms that boast over 20 million users worldwide.
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Silbermann worked at Google in the online advertising group before launching into Pinterest in March 2010. Nonetheless, he left the company after a short time with and started designing his own iPhone apps with a college friend, Paul Sciarra. Their initial application was called Tote, although it failed to gain significant traction. The failure, however, did not intimidate them as the co-founders teamed up with Evan Sharp to create a pinboard product that would eventually be named Pinterest.
Family and Personal Life
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Silbermann is a married man and is engaged to Divya Bhaskaran, with whom he has two children. At present, Silbermann resides in San Francisco, California.
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Net Worth, Nationality and Other Facts
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|Age (as of today)
|Date of Birth
|July 14, 1982
|Place of Birth
|Des Moines, Iowa
|1.7 m, 5 feet 7 inches
|72 kg, 158.5 lbs
|Net Worth / Wealth
Height, Weight, and Age
Ben Silbermann's height is pretty average measuring 1.7 m. Boasting a weight of 72 kg. Being born on July 14, 1982, translates to an age of 41 years as of todays date (March 2, 2024).
I thought Google was the coolest place. People there were so smart and they were all doing these really interesting things. I just felt really lucky to be a part of it even in a small way.Ben Silbermann
At a small company, so much of the trick is focus. Not only can you only do a finite number of things, but you have to do them in the right order.Ben Silbermann
Don’t take too much advice.Ben Silbermann
I use Pinterest for everything. Book collections, trips, hobbies. It’s all there. I planned my wedding on it. When I had a kid, I planned all his stuff on it. So it was nice to discover that I wasn’t the only one.Ben Silbermann
I always describe Facebook and Twitter to some extent as ‘them time’: it’s time about the world and what’s outside of you. Pinterest, for a lot of users, is ‘me time.’ What do I want my future to be? Who am I? What are the things I want to do?Ben Silbermann