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What is the Netflix corporate headquarters address?
100 Winchester Circle
Los Gatos, CA 95032
What is the Netflix headquarters phone number?
Main Phone: (408) 540-3700
What is the Netflix Investor Relations website address?
Go HERE to access the main Netflix IR website
What is the Netflix ticker symbol?
Netflix is traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol NFLX
How many employees does Netflix have?
Netflix has 11,300 full time employees.
What are the main Netflix social media properties?
Is Netflix on the 2022 Fortune 500 list?
Yes, Netflix is ranked #115 on the 2022 Fortune 500 list.
What do the Netflix Org Charts look like?
Netflix Org Chart for the Executive Leadership
Who are the executive decision-makers at Netflix?
Chief Financial Officer
Pablo Perez De Rosso
Vice President, Strategy, Planning & Analysis
COO and Chief Product Officer
Vice President, Latin American Content
Vice President, Studio Operations
Co-CEO and Chief Content Officer
Vice President, Data & Insights
Head of Global Film
Vice President, Content (EMEA)
Vice President, Games
Vice President, Finance/IR/Corporate Development
What does the Netflix Org Chart look like for the Board of Directors?
What affiliations do the Netflix Board of Directors have with other companies?
Chief Executive Officer of Zillow Group
CEO and director of Atos SE
Chairman, CEO of Axel Springer SE
Co-Founder of Redpoint Ventures
Co-CEO and Co-Founder of Netflix, Chairman the Board of Netflix
Founding General Partner at Technology Crossover Ventures
Former Chief Marketing Officer of Netflix
Chairman and founder of Econet Group
Director of Bumble Inc.
Co-CEO and Chief Content Officer at Netflix
Vice Chair and President of Microsoft
Former Chairman and CEO of the FX Networks
How are the Netflix executives compensated?
Where is Netflix investing in their business?
Netflix to expand into cloud gaming, opens new studio in Southern California
At TechCrunch Disrupt, Netflix VP of Gaming Mike Verdu dropped two bits of news about the streaming giant’s foray into games. Verdu said that Netflix is “seriously exploring a cloud gaming offering.” The company will also open a new gaming studio in Southern California. “It’s a value add. We’re not asking you to subscribe as a console replacement,” Verdu said on stage. “It’s a completely different business model. The hope is over time that it just becomes this very natural way to play games wherever you are.” Google’s Stadia and Amazon’s Luna have made the same play, attempting to peddle video games that people can play even if they don’t have an expensive gaming computer or coveted console. But these services have struggled to attain mainstream user adoption. Google recently said that it will shut down Stadia in January. “While Stadia’s approach to streaming games for consumers was built on a strong technology foundation, it hasn’t gained the traction with users that we expected so we’ve made the difficult decision to begin winding down our Stadia streaming service,” Stadia VP and GM Phil Harrison wrote in a blog post. Verdu thinks these products struggled due to their business models, not the technology itself.
Netflix, DoubleVerify Partner on Ad Performance Features
As Netflix prepares for its ad-supported platform launch, the company announced a partnership with DoubleVerify to enable media verification and maximize advertiser performance across its platform. The collaboration helps advertisers ensure that their Netflix ads are safe from fraud and that advertisements on the platform are being viewed by real people. The technology from DoubleVerify will work in two ways: one, a quality verification technology will provide fraud protection and work to keep individuals safe from fraud/invalid traffic or IVT. The second piece is a viewability verification feature that offers clarity into whether an ad had the opportunity to be seen and what impact that advertisement may have had on the viewer. The companies announced that the two will be working on the technical integration over the coming months and anticipate that the viewability and IVT verification solutions will be available in the first quarter of 2023, with brand safety and suitability features to follow. “As we continue to expand our coverage across premium video and CTV environments, DV is thrilled to extend our third-party verification solutions across their platform, ensuring campaigns meet key quality criteria while maximizing performance and outcomes for advertisers,” said Mark Zagorski, CEO of DoubleVerify.
Netflix developing over 50 new games for Android and iOS
Netflix is investing heavily in its gaming division. Late last year, the streaming service began offering games on its mobile app. So far, the Netflix Games catalogue has both casual games and titles based on well-known television series like Stranger Things. Netflix currently offers 35 games to play, including Into the Dead 2: Unleashes, Spiritfarer, SpongeBob: Get Cooking, Stranger Things: 1984, Asphalt Xtreme, and more. Although there is a sizable market for mobile gaming, it is unclear how Netflix can compete with top titles like Apex Legends, Free Fire Max, and others. An investor letter (via The Verge), published on October 18, quotes Netflix saying that gaming is a "multi-year journey," indicating that the streaming service giant is in it for the long run. The company believes that gamers will continue to watch its content because of gaming, and it is "seeing some encouraging signals of gameplay leading to higher retention." Despite this, according to recent reports, 99% of Netflix users haven't even tried the games. Only a small portion of Netflix's 221 million subscribers—1.7 million on average daily—use the service for games. Since the debut of Netflix Games in November 2021, over 23.3 million people have downloaded the games.
For developing fresh mobile games, Netflix has procured numerous independent game studios. By the end of this year, the streaming company hopes to release up to 50 titles. In order to strengthen its internal game development efforts, the company is also opening a studio in Helsinki, Finland. Additionally, Netflix added 2.4 million new users in the third quarter of 2022, a significant improvement over the first few months of the year. For the first time in more than ten years, the streamer has reported losing subscribers.
What are the Netflix executives saying about business performance?
Netflix Earnings Call Highlights from Q3 2022 (NYSE: NFLX)
October 18, 2022
Executives in Attendance
- Greg Peters, Chief Operating Officer and Chief Product Officer
- Spence Neumann, Chief Financial Officer
- Ted Sarandos, Co-Chief Executive Officer and Chief Content Officer
- Reed Hastings, Co-Chief Executive Officer
Comments from Greg Peters -- Chief Operating Officer and Chief Product Officer:
"We're building in a lot of capabilities over the next couple of quarters that we think are important to advertisers to make that advertising offering increasingly attractive and sort of check a bunch of boxes that they have. You might have seen the verification partners that we announced. That's a pretty good example of that. But we've got a lot more on that road map to go do that we're excited about delivering for brands."
"Again, I think we're starting -- part of what we want to do is actually get this out to market quickly. And you could see we went from basically the point we announced it to delivering it in about six months, which has been a testament to a lot of hard work on internal teams and to Microsoft. But we do have relatively basic targeting capabilities in terms of contextual targeting, genre, etc."
"So, personalization, I think, is a great example where we don't need to think about the ads experience as being uniform across all of our members. And we think about we can leverage the personalization capability that we've built in terms of titles and how we present titles and also in terms of how we present ads. So, I think that's an exciting dimension that we're going to work on as well. And additionally, we're also excited to work with sort of partners and our advertisers to think about what is that ad experience, the ad format that is really best suited for premium connected TV."
"And we're starting with meeting the market where it's at today. That's important to access sort of all the capabilities they've got, but we don't need to stay there. And I think we're looking forward to, over a couple of years, understanding what is the right native format for premium connected TV and figuring out what that looks like."
Comments from Spence Neumann -- Chief Financial Officer:
"We're trying to take a pro-consumer approach and sort of let them find and land on the right plan for them. And as we stated, we modeled out that expected performance on ad monetization and factor that into our thinking around price point for the basic with ads. And so, we really anticipate that this is going to be a pro-consumer model that will be more attractive, bring more members in because the consumer pricing price is low. But then again, the economics and the revenue will be fine as a result even if some of those consumers switch plans."
Comments from Ted Sarandos -- Co-Chief Executive Officer and Chief Content Officer:
"Look, big shows that folks engage with and talk about drives a lot of growth. I do think it's the -- people come to value that. And for us, our goal is we've got to get them to come to expect it. So, right after they finish something great that they love that there's an expectation that there's something right behind it."
Comments from Reed Hastings -- Co-Chief Executive Officer:
“And what we -- or what I underappreciated was just the impact on advertisers. They're just being able to reach fewer people. And then the 18 to 49 demographic is even faster than the decline in pay TV. So, this is what is really fueling the cycle is that really collapsed linear TV as an advertising vehicle outside of a few properties like sports.”
Read the full Netflix Q3 2022 Earnings Call Transcript here
What do the Netflix financials look like?
|Fiscal Year Ends||December 31, 2022|
|Most Recent Quarter||September 30, 2022|
|Return on Assets||7.91%|
|Return on Equity||28.15%|
|Revenue Per Share||70.84|
|Quarterly Revenue Growth||5.9%|
|Net Income Avi to Common||5.04B|
|Quarterly Earnings Growth||-3.5%|
|Total Cash||6.11 Billion|
|Total Cash Per Share||13.74|
|Book Value Per Share||46.13|
Cash Flow Statement
|Operating Cash Flow||1.18 Billion|
|Levered Free Cash Flow||16.87B|
Where is Netflix utilizing cloud technologies?
Software Engineer (L4) - Personalization Application Core
The Personalization Application Core team focuses on building high leverage systems and components to drive innovation in the personalization space. The team is responsible for developing all the building blocks required to run ML models at scale. Some of those building blocks include a configuration-driven ranking platform that provides “ranking as a service”, a common feature computation and store, a common compute framework with an event pub/sub ecosystem that can be leveraged by all personalization algorithms, and many more. Play a highly cross-functional role partnering with other engineers, product management, machine learning, and data teams to take Netflix’s personalization to the next level and expand it to games discovery. Build scalable, robust systems.
Technologies in use: Java, AWS, Azure, GCP
Security Software Engineer (L6) - Cloud Security
The Cloud Infrastructure Security team is responsible for securing our cloud environments and protecting our members, partners, employees, and intellectual property. As a Cloud Security Engineer on the team, collaborate with other Security and Platform Engineering teams to improve and scale the cloud presence securely. Connect security and business needs to identify areas to invest in highly effective and measurable solutions to manage risks. Provide guidance to the team and cross-functional partners as a subject matter expert in cloud security to solve highly complex problems in setting strategy and balancing investments. Own the cloud security domain.
Technologies in use: public cloud AWS
Systems Engineer (IT) - Games Studio (based in Texas)
Boss Fight Entertainment
The Systems Engineer works on the Boss Fight Game Studio team. It is part of the larger Corporate Engineering organization at Netflix which also consists of Employee Applications (internally, custom-built apps). Corporate Engineering’s mission is to innovate, engineer, and provide technical solutions that are scalable and secure to optimize employee productivity. The Systems Engineer at Netflix is primarily responsible for the day-to-day requests that can come in via tickets, email, chat, and automated alerts. Act as an escalation point and provide support to the Nerds team. Working in conjunction with the Boss Fight Technical Support IT Manager, support the needs of the Game Studio Technology environments and ensure that the system hardware, operating systems, software systems, and other technical solutions are scalable, secure, simple to use, and meet the needs of our growing global employee base. Provide support for day-to-day operation via chat, tickets, and email. Google G Suite administration. Contribute to and maintain system standards (Endpoint and Cloud). Manage and maintain Active Directory (Domain controllers, GPO, health, etc.). Manage Windows server infrastructure in AWS. Contribute to and maintain FortiGate/Junipers Firewall. Management of enterprise SaaS applications such as Service-Now, Zendesk, Slack, and Airtable.
What is the Netflix ESG Strategy?
Netflix work with Amazon Web Services (AWS) for their data storage needs. AWS has set a goal of being 100% renewable by 2025 and they work with them on measuring and reporting the emissions associated with the services they provide Netflix. AWS purchases and provides renewable electricity to them and provides attestations regarding their energy attributes. They also invest in the efficient distribution of their content through their Open Connect appliances, which they make freely available to Internet Service Providers.
In 2021, Netflix completed the following:
• Successfully piloted 17 mobile batteries, 70+ electric, plug-in hybrid and hybrid vehicles, and one hydrogen power unit across 13 productions. This represented over 27,380 gallons of fuel saved and 264MT CO2e emission reductions17.
• Conducted energy efficiency audits on over 30% of our global sq ft. of offices and studios, identifying cost effective energy savings measures across the company.
• Purchased 40,000 gallons of Sustainable Aviation Fuel for our corporate aviation fleet and over 75,000 gallons of renewable diesel for use on productions.
• Procured renewable electricity and certificates in an amount equal to all of our Scope 2 emissions.
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