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Google’s 30 US Subsidiaries & Google’s International Companies

Google published its Annual Report which includes the list of Google’s Subsidiaries, both based in the United States and Internationally.

Most non-Google companies are acquisitions, such as YouTube, Picasa, dMarc and Nevengineering; while some of the companies are Google spin-offs, such as Orkut. [Hattip to Gary Price]

Google Subsidiaries based in the United States:

  1. @Last Software, Inc.
  2. Android, Inc.
  3. Applied Semantics, Inc.
  4. dMarc Broadcasting, Inc.
  5. Ganji Inc.
  6. Google International LLC
  7. Google LLC
  8. Google Payment Corp.
  9. Ignite Logic, Inc.
  10. JASS Inc.
  11. JG Productions Inc.
  12. JotSpot Inc.
  13. Kaltix Corporation
  14. Liquid Acquisition Corp. 2
  15. Neotonic Software Corporation
  16. Nevengineering, Inc.
  17. Orkut.com, LLC
  18. Picasa LLC
  19. PiFidelity Holding Corporation
  20. PiFidelity LLC
  21. Scott Concepts, LLC
  22. Scott Studios, LLC
  23. SkillSet LLC
  24. The Salinger Group LLC
  25. Transformic, Inc.
  26. Upstartle, LLC
  27. Urchin Software Corporation
  28. Where2 LLC
  29. YouTube, LLC
  30. ZipDash, Inc.

Google’s International Subsidiaries

  • Aegino Limited : Ireland
  • @Last Software, Ltd. : United Kingdom
  • At Last Software GmbH : Germany
  • allPAY GmbH : Germany
  • bruNET GmbH : Germany
  • bruNET Holding AG : Germany
  • bruNET Schweiz GmbH : Switzerland
  • Endoxon Ltd. : Switzerland
  • Endoxon (India) Private Ltd. : India
  • Endoxon Prepress AG : Switzerland
  • Endoxon (Deutchland) GmbH : Germany
  • Google (Hong Kong) Limited : Hong Kong
  • Google Advertising and Marketing Limited : Turkey
  • Google Akwan Internet Ltda. : Brazil
  • Google Argentina S.R.L. : Argentina
  • Google Australia Pty Ltd. : Australia
  • Google Belgium NV : Belgium
  • Google Bermuda Limited : Bermuda
  • Google Bermuda Unlimited : Bermuda
  • Google Brasil Internet Ltda. : Brazil
  • Google Canada Corporation : Nova Scotia, Canada
  • Google Chile Limitada : Chile
  • Google Czech Republic s.r.o. : Czech Republic
  • Google Denmark ApS : Denmark
  • Google Finland OY : Finland
  • Google France SarL : France
  • Google Information Technology Services Limited Liability Company : Hungary
  • Google Germany GmbH : Germany
  • Google India Private Limited : India
  • Google International GmbH : Austria
  • Google Ireland Holdings : Ireland
  • Google Ireland Limited : Ireland
  • Google Israel Ltd : Israel
  • Google Italy s.r.l. : Italy
  • Google Japan Inc. : Japan
  • Google Korea, LLC. : Korea
  • Google Limited Liability Company – Google OOO : Russia
  • Google Mexico S. de R.L. de C.V. : Mexico
  • Google Netherlands B.V. : The Netherlands
  • Google Netherlands Holdings B.V. : The Netherlands
  • Google New Zealand Ltd. : New Zealand
  • Google Norway AS : Norway
  • Google Payment Ltd. : United Kingdom
  • Google Payment Hong Kong Limited : Hong Kong
  • Google Payment Singapore Pte. Ltd. : Singapore
  • Google Poland Sp. z o.o. : Poland
  • Google Singapore Pte. Ltd. : Singapore
  • Google South Africa (Proprietary) Limited : South Africa
  • Google Spain, S.L. : Spain
  • Google Sweden AB : Sweden
  • Google Switzerland GmbH : Switzerland
  • Google UK Limited : United Kingdom
  • Neven Vision KK : Japan
  • Neven Vision Germany GmbH : Germany
  • Leonberger Holdings B.V. : The Netherlands
  • Reqwireless Inc. : Ontario, Canada
  • Skydocks GmbH : Germany
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Loren Baker is the Founder of SEJ, an Advisor at Alpha Brand Media and runs Foundation Digital, a digital marketing strategy & development agency.
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2 thoughts on “Google’s 30 US Subsidiaries & Google’s International Companies

  1. Wow, I have trouble with one company, I couldn’t imaging the headache in running 30. You usually don’t think about it, but I guess with every acquisition comes a new company, new lawyers, a new jurisdiction, and new rules. Guess that’s why the Google Lawyers get paid the big bucks!