By Corey Moss

Leading videoconferencing company Zoom Video Communications priced its highly-anticipated public offering at $36 per share after the bell on Wednesday, giving the company an estimated valuation of about $9.2 billion.

The company began officially trading on Nasdaq today:

Read more here on Yahoo Finance.

For those not yet familiar with CEO Eric Yuan’s amazing story, here it is updated to reflect Zoom’s IPO.

U.S. Refused His Visa Eight Times. Now Zoom CEO Is a Billionaire

As a matter of fact, Eric Yuan was one of my choices for Top Picks at InfoComm 2018 as a Transformative CEO.

The Transformative and Industry Changing at InfoComm 2018, My Top Picks (The Bonuses)


I was a Zoom videoconferencing adopter in 2013, and began using it for podcasting in 2014. The company asked me in early 2016 if they should come to exhibit at InfoComm, I gave them a resounding yes. They continue to be one of the most crowded booths at the show (for all three days).

Continued great things ahead for Zoom Video Communications.

With over 20 years in audio visual integration and IT/computer sales and consulting, Corey Moss is the owner of Convergent AV Media. Corey writes for the publication and hosts/produces podcasts – The AV Life, Convergent Tech Talk, Convergent Week and The AV Tech Trade. He has written for numerous industry publications about AV, IT, unified communications and collaboration (UCC), cloud and software, IoT, cybersecurity and more. He has also conducted interviews with AV and IT executives and global influencers. Find him talking about a whole lot of things, tech and otherwise. On LinkedIn