Garrett Camp is a Canadian based businessman who is best known to be the co-founder of StumbleUpon, a platform for online discovery. He is the chairman for StumbleUpon, as well as for Uber, a mobile application for car service. In 2013, he created Expa, an innovative platform for future companies. Camp’s net worth is currently estimated at US $ 5.3 billion, and he has been awarded several honors at a young age. Camp started his innovation while still at graduate school, and he constantly comes up with new products and concepts.
Garrett Camp co-founded StumbleUpon in 2002 while he was still in graduate school. The platform quickly gathered more than 25 million registered users, and received its first funding in 2006 from Silicon Valley Angels. In 2007, eBay acquired StumbleUpon for $75 million, and spun out in 2009 to become an independent enterprise. Garrett has grew it to over 100 employees, and then stepped down in 2012 to concentrate on further ventures.