UK accounts for 13% of Google’s revenues

Search giant Google has reported revenues of $6.77 billion for the first three months of 2010, $842 million of which of came from the UK.


The $842m represents 13% of Google’s total revenue, the same proportion and  a 15% increase on Q1 09. Revenues this quarter from  the US totalled $3.2bn, with the rest of the world contributing $2.7bn.


Google does not give a standalone income figure for the UK. For the entire business, Google’s net income came in at $1,96bn compared with Q1 09’s $1.42bn.


During Google’s earnings call with analysts, travel was mentioned only in passing.  Nikesh Arora, president of global sales and business development, when asked, said only that “travel is going strong and is steady.”

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