The Walt Disney Company has a net worth of more than $203.61 billion as of 2022. Apart from movies, this multimedia company has other sources of income. They have consumer products worth around $3 billion. According to the GOBankingRates metric, the Walt Disney Company has yearly revenue of around $55 billion.
- The Walt Disney Company has 6 Disney resorts and 12 parks around the world
- The nets income of The Walt Disney Company was $3.142B for the twelve months ending June 30, 2022
- According to the combined trusts, The Walt Disney’s family is worth $400 million
- The Walt Disney Company has long-term obligations of $105.84 billion
- The operating income of the Walt Disney Company is US$7.766 billion
About Walt Disney Company
The Walt Disney Company is a very renowned American mass media and entertainment company. It is a multinational media company and it was founded on 16 October 1923. The headquarter of this company is at the Walt Disney Studios complex in Burbank, California. The vision of this company is to entertain, inform, and inspire people around the globe through the power of unparalleled storytelling. The Walt Disney Company has business in many industries including media networks, parks, studio entertainment, and many more.
Key Information of Walt Disney Company
|Legal Name||The Walt Disney Company|
|Headquarters Regions||Burbank, California, United States|
|Founded Date||16 October 1923|
|Founders||Walt Disney, Roy O. Disney|
|Number of Employees||230000+|
|Area served||The United States of America and the world|
|Products of Company||Mass media and entertainment conglomerate|
|Net Worth in 2021||$130 Billion|
Walt Disney has 6 Disney resorts and 12 parks around the world. The six Disney resorts are –
1. Walt Disney World Resort (Florida) (Magic Kingdom, Hollywood Studios, Epcot, Animal Kingdom)
2. Disneyland Resort (California) (Disneyland, California Adventure)
3. Tokyo Disney Resort (Tokyo Disneyland, Tokyo DisneySea)
4. Disneyland Paris (Disneyland Paris, Walt Disney Studios Park)
5. Hong Kong Disneyland Resort (Hong Kong Disneyland)
6. Shanghai Disney Resort (Shanghai Disneyland)
The 12 Disney Parks are –
1. Disney’s Animal Kingdom
2. Tokyo DisneySea
3. Magic Kingdom
4. Disneyland Park
5. Disneyland Paris
6. Tokyo Disneyland
7. Hollywood Studios
8. Disney California Adventure
10. Shanghai Disneyland
11. Hong Kong Disneyland
12. Walt Disney Studios Park
The Studios business of Disney produces live-action and animated films for –
1. Walt Disney Pictures
2. Twentieth Century Studios
How Much Is Disney’s Net Worth?
According to Walt Disney’s fiscal 2021 annual report, the total revenue of Disney was more than $65 billion. Though, it is less than 6% from the previous year’s total revenue of $69.6 billion. So Disney has a net income loss of $4.6 billion from the previous year. Here’s the company’s valuation of the last 12 months –
|Price To Sales (TTM)||5.81|
|Price To Book Value (TTM)||4.21|
|Total Enterprise Value To EBIT (TTM)||170.26|
|Total Enterprise Value to EBITDA (TTM)||52.81|
|Total Enterprise Value To Total Revenue (TTM)||6.673|
Disney’s market share also has a mixed experience last year. It has a 52-week low of $79.07 per share and it gives the company a market cap of $143.5 billion. On the other hand, during the rest of the year of 2020 and into 2021, the share price of Disney reached $200.60 per share and it gives Disney a market cap of over $350 billion.
|52-Week Price Range||$79.07 to $200.60|
|52-Week Market Cap Range||$143.5 billion to $353 billion|
You can easily calculate the assets of Disney by subtracting its liabilities from its assets. According to the 2021 annual report, the total assets of Disney are $209.37 Billion. Moreover, it has long-term obligations of $79.37 billion. So the net worth of Disney in 2021 is $130 Billion.
|Total Assets||$209.37 Billion|
|Long-Term Obligations||$79.37 Billion|
|Net Worth||$130 Billion|
Revenue Generating Source Of Disney
Now that you know the net worth of Disney, don’t you have a curiosity to know how they are generating the revenues? According to the latest annual report, Disney’s key revenue-generating sources are –
1. Media Networks
2. Parks, Experiences, and Products
3. Studio Entertainment
4. Direct-to-Consumer and International
The media network of Disney includes Disney, ESPN, Freeform, FX, and National Geographic brands, and networks. They also have ABC brands to broadcast television and eight domestic television stations. Moreover, Disney also owns a 50% stake in A+E Television Networks. So Disney generates the revenues from the affiliate fees, advertising, and licensing fees for distribution.
Parks, Experiences, and Products
Disney has its own resorts and theme parks. They have six resorts and twelve parks across the world. The consumer products of Disney include licensing of trade names, characters, and other intellectual property. Moreover, Disney also sells branded merchandise through retail, online and wholesale businesses. So Disney collects revenue from park admissions, merchandise, resorts, and licensing deals.
Disney has a large studio entertainment and it produces motion pictures for Walt Disney Pictures, Twentieth Century Studios, Marvel, Lucasfilm, Pixar, Searchlight Pictures, and Blue Sky Studios banners. Disney also provides services for the development, production, and licensing of live entertainment events. Disney collects revenue from theatrical distribution, home entertainment, TV distribution, etc.
Direct-To-Consumer And International
The Direct-to-Consumer and International (DTCI) business of Disney includes Disney+, ESPN+, and Hulu. Moreover, Disney also has an international TV network and other digital content platforms. Disney collects the revenue from subscription fees, advertising, affiliate fees, licensing fees, etc.
FAQs About The Walt Disney Company
1. How Much Do Disney Princesses make?
According to the recent statistics of Jun 1, 2021, Disney Characters in the United States receives $38,420 a year. So, it’s approximately, $18.47 an hour, $739 a week, and $3,202 a month.
2. What Is The Highest-Paying Job At Disney World?
The highest paying job at Disney world is Character Attendant with an average annual salary of $125,000. On the other hand, the lowest paying job at Walt Disney World is Attractions Hostess with an average annual salary of $13,000 annually.
3. Do Disney Employees Get Free Tickets?
Yes, Disney employees get free tickets but there are limits. You can bring three people with you for free with each visit. Moreover, the number of free visits depends on how many hours you have worked there.
4. How Much Does Disney World Make A Day In 2021?
If you check the annual revenue of Disney world in 2021, then on average Disney World makes $19.68 million per day.
5. Which Disney Park Makes The Most Money?
The Magic Kingdom Park in Bay Lake, Florida makes the most money and it is the most successful park for Disney.
Last Updated on October 2, 2022 by Magalie D.
Magalie D. is a Diploma holder in Public Administration & Management from McGill University of Canada. She shares management tips here in MGTBlog when she has nothing to do and gets some free time after working in a multinational company at Toronto.