The Internet Trends report — everyone’s favorite slide deck — is back. Bond Capital founder and former Kleiner Perkins general partner Mary Meeker made her presentation onstage at Vox/Recode’s Code Conference in Scottsdale, Ariz. on Tuesday.
Meeker first crafted a report of this kind, which underlines the most important statistics and technology trends on the internet, in 1995.
This morning, Meeker highlighted slowed growth in e-commerce sales, increased internet ad spending, data growth, as well as the rise of freemium subscription business models, telemedicine, photo-sharing, interactive gaming, the on-demand economy and more.
“If it feels like we’re all drinking from a data firehose, it’s because we are,” Meeker told the audience.
The “Queen of the internet” made references to Slack, Stripe, Spotify, Dropbox, Discord, Twitch, Zoom, Stitch Fix, Instagram and Bond portfolio company Canva as she reviewed her slides.
It’s been a busy past year for the former Morgan Stanley analyst, who since releasing the 2018 internet trends report last May exited Kleiner Perkins and raised more than $1 billion for her debut growth fund, Bond.
We’ll be back later with a full analysis of this year’s report. For now, here’s a look at all 333 slides. You can view the full internet trends report archive here.