A tiny, all-digital company could become a $35 billion company by the end of the century, if it doesn’t make the biggest mistake of all: it doesn to scale.
A $35-billion company by 2021.
That’s what a company with a few billion of dollars would look like by then.
It would be the world’s largest Internet company.
It could also become the world the largest mobile phone operator.
And it could, if that’s the right number of people and markets to be served.
That would be a mistake.
The $35.2 billion it could have in 2020, according to a study by a company called Digital Media Capital, would be almost twice as large as the $27.6 billion it would have in 2021.
Digital Media has forecast that $30 billion in revenue by then, and that $50 billion by 2025.
(The firm did not respond to a request for comment.)
This is a big problem, because there’s an expectation that a new digital company will become bigger by 2020 than by 2021: $30 is a huge gap.
But Digital Media is betting that by 2021, that gap will shrink.
Its CEO, John McAfee, is bullish about the future.
The company says it will reach $40 billion in revenues in 2021, about twice what it reached in 2021 and 2019.
The growth rate will be about 5%, compared with 4% in 2021; the company expects that to be sustainable.
That’s what McAfee is hoping.
“It’s not a new company,” he told me.
“The business is growing.
It’s going to grow at a rapid rate.”
But that growth will not come fast enough, and it will not be sustainable in the long run.
Digital Media has predicted that the growth rate it will see in 2021 will be roughly 3% per year.
That would mean that the company will reach its $50-billion-plus revenue goal in 2021 by the year 2020, well before it gets there.
(This assumes a growth rate of about 5% a year for 2021.)
That means Digital Media’s total revenues will increase by about $10 billion per year, and its losses will increase even more.
And that’s before accounting for inflation.
By the year 2025, Digital Media could be facing a $55 billion-dollar loss.
Digital has done well in predicting how the Internet will evolve, and there are signs that it is on track.
Its new IPO is scheduled for October 2021.
But the company’s projections for 2021 aren’t too far off the mark.
McAfee said that digital will be the largest service provider by the decade, a prediction that seems likely.
But he also said that, by 2021—and even if he had to make some tough assumptions about growth in other areas—digital would have the largest revenue of any service provider.
This is not a prediction to be taken seriously.
In the first half of 2021, digital’s revenues were less than $20 billion.
The company is already operating at a loss, and has lost money in every quarter of the last three years.
(Digital Media Capital forecasts that the loss for the first quarter of 2021 will probably be $30 million.)
It has a $30-billion debt.
And digital’s business model is not likely to grow quickly enough to offset its costs, which will likely be higher than digital’s profits.
Digital’s new CEO, Marc Benioff, a former venture capitalist, has been bullish about digital.
He has said that Digital Media would be profitable by 2021 if it was a few times as big as it is now.
But this is a very different kind of business.
It is, in Benioffe’s words, “not an Internet company, not an Internet service company, and not an internet platform company.”
The new CEO’s vision for digital is different from the one Digital Media had when it launched in 2016, when it was just a small, one-person company.
Digital’s business was digital media, and the company was focused on the Internet.
In 2017, it focused on social, mobile, video, gaming, and video conferencing.
It had a lot of money and a lot more users.
Digital was an attractive platform for big companies to buy in.
Digital also had an opportunity to gain access to the Internet—and gain huge profits.
Benioef told me that he sees Digital Media as “a platform company that has an opportunity for growth.”
He said that if it had more than 10,000 users at the end, it would be “a very, very valuable company.”
Digital Media could have made a lot in that window, but its business model doesn’t have room for growth.
It has become a platform company with few real customers, no products, and no revenue.
Digital has had trouble attracting big clients to it.
Benitoff said that the $10-billion it lost in the first six months of the year was not a huge loss, but it could be a problem