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This statistic highlights Google’s revenue by region from Q1 2016 onwards, split across Asia Pacific, Europe, Middle East and Africa. Google is a subsidiary of Alphabet and its revenues are majorly split across the Asia Pacific, Europe Middle East, and Africa, and the United States.
Google’s revenue has increased by 173% in a span of 5 years from 2016 to 2021. In Q1 2016, Google sales were $20.25 billion while currently in Q1 2021 it is $55.42 billion. Likewise other companies, Google also faced a sudden drop in revenue after 2019 Q4 due to the Corona Virus pandemic in Q1 and Q2 2020 where the revenue had dropped by $7.61 billion. Alphabet’s 3-year revenue growth is 18.8%, which is slightly higher than the industry growth, averaging at 16.3%, where Google stands as the major contributor.
|Geographical Regions||Revenue in Q1 2021||Revenue Share in Q1 2021|
|Europe, Middle East, and Africa||$17.03||31%|
(Figures in billions, except for percentages)
Following are the trends in revenue according to the geographical regions,
United States: As per our database, Google generated $25.03 billion in revenue during FY21, which is more than 45% of its overall top line. The United States contributed $9.38 billion in Q1 2016 and the revenue increased by 166% in Q1 2021. The United States has always been the highest contributor of revenue from 2015 to 2021.
Europe, Middle East, and Africa: Following the United States, this is the second-highest region of contributing towards the revenue. Europe, Middle East, and Africa contributed a total of $17.03 billion towards the revenue which accounts for 31% of the total revenue share. This region has generated $7.13 billion in Q1 2016 where the revenue increased by 1.38 times to $17.03 billion in Q1 2021 which shows a positive rise.
Asia: Google’s revenue from Asia has grown by 274%, from Q1 2016 to Q1 2021. As far as revenue contribution to the overall top line is concerned, Asia contributed 19% of revenue share where the total sales made were $10.45 billion. Asia is the region showing the highest rate of increase in revenue in this database.
Other Americas: Other America generated a revenue share of 5% in Q1 2021 which sums up to $2.91 billion. It is the region that accounts for the lowest revenue share every year but it has shown tremendous growth of more than 200% in revenue from Q1 2016 to Q1 2021 which is still considered to be a good sign.
Google is the largest subsidiary company of Alphabet Inc which is headquartered in California. The company has achieved great successUnder the guidance of the CEO Mr. Sundar Pichai since 2015. Google is providing universal access to information through the internet since 1998 when it was founded. Trillions of searches take place on Google every year. It aims to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible to each and everyone around the globe. It focuses on developing and innovating technology that will help people. They are extensively working on research and development in Artificial Intelligence and trying to make their products accessible to a large part of the population around the world.
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