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Mark Shuttleworth Net Worth

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Net Worth $ 500 Million
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Born on: 1st Jan 70 Born in: United Kingdom Marital status: Single Occupation: Canonical Ltd
Born Mark Richard Shuttleworth has an estimated net worth of $500 million. Shuttleworth, first South African in space is a South African entrepreneur, and space tourist. Shuttleworth has earned his net worth as an entrepreneur and from his own company, Canonical Ltd which provides leadership for the Ubuntu operating system. Shuttleworth’s business portfolio includes HBD Venture Capital (Here be Dragons), a business incubator and venture capital provider and a 65% stake of Impi Linux. On April 25, 2002, Shuttleworth gained worldwide prominence as the second self-funded space tourist and the first-ever South African in space. As a spaceflight participant aboard the Russian Soyuz TM-34, Shuttleworth paid approximately US$ 20 million for the eight-day voyage. Shuttleworth currently lives on the Isle of Man on hold of dual citizenship of South Africa and the United Kingdom.
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Mark Shuttleworth Private jets (1)

Bombardier Global Express

The Bombardier Global Express is a large cabin, ultra long range business jet manufactured by Bombardier Aerospace in Toronto, Canada.

Mark Shuttleworth Cause (2)

Shuttleworth Foundation

Shuttleworth Foundation is a nonprofit organisation dedicated to social innovation which also funds educational, free, and open source software projects in South Africa, such as the Freedom Toaster.

Ubuntu Foundation

The Ubuntu Foundation is a purpose trust founded by South African Mark Shuttleworth and Canonical Ltd. to ensure the long-term maintenance of the Ubuntu Linux distribution independently of the commercial activities of Canonical Ltd. Its initial funding commitment is $10M. Its current advisory board is made up of chairman Mark Shuttleworth, founder of Canonical Ltd., and representatives of the Ubuntu Community Council and the Ubuntu Technical Board

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