Naspers is a multinational media company with principal operations in electronic media and print media.
Naspers is a global internet and entertainment group and one of the largest technology investors in the world.
Naspers was f...
See More ounded in 1915 in Stellenbosch, South Africa to produce a Dutch language newspaper. For more than 100 years we have grown by investing in, acquiring, and building leading companies with sustainable competitive advantages. Today, we hold investments and run businesses in more than 120 countries and markets with long-term growth potential.
We focus on building technology companies that empower people and enrich communities. We run some of the world’s leading platforms in internet, video entertainment, and media. We connect people to each other and the wider world, help people improve their daily lives, and entertain audiences with the best of local and global content.
We have invested in, acquired and built leading companies and brands in Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe, and the Middle East. These include Media24, MultiChoice, Showmax, takealot (Africa and South Africa), letgo and Movile (the Americas), Tencent (China), Avito and Mail.Ru (Russia), Flipkart, ibibo, MakeMyTrip and redBus, (India), eMAG, Kreditech, and Delivery Hero (Europe), and dubizzle in the Middle East). OLX, PayU, and SimilarWeb are global brands, operating and providing services in many of our countries and markets.
We attract the world’s best talent to build outstanding companies and products used by hundreds of millions of people every day.
We actively hunt for opportunities to grow, drawing on our understanding of customer needs and behaviours, advances in technology, and our intimate knowledge of the local markets in more than 120 countries worldwide. For example, we are excited by the opportunities technology might bring to the world of education. In 2016 we invested in three exciting edtech companies, Brainly, Codecademy and Udemy and we are working with them on their growth plans.
Founded: May 12, 1915