Tech giants thriving amid health crisis as their revenue grows 35% on average in 2021


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Tech companies continue to soar as their products increasingly become part of consumers’ daily lives. The growth is reflected by the revenues posted amid the pandemic.

According to data acquired by Finbold, the top five tech giants recorded average revenue growth of 35.4% between the first three quarters of 2020 and a similar period in 2021. In 2021, Amazon’s revenue stood at $332.4 billion, a growth of 27% from $260.5 billion registered in the first nine months of last year.

Elsewhere, Alphabet recorded the highest revenue growth at 45%, from $125.6 billion to $182.3 billion. Similarly, Meta, formerly Facebook, recorded a spike of 45% from $57.9 billion to $84.2 billion.

Apple recorded a revenue growth rate of 39% from $182.7 billion to $254.4 billion, while Microsoft had the least rate at 21%, from $110.2 billion to $133.2 billion. Cumulatively, the five companies have recorded $986.5 billion in revenue.

Tech giants beat expectations

The report highlights how the companies have managed to beat expectations to record significant revenue growth. According to the research report:

“Interestingly, it was assumed that the reopening of the economy might potentially eat into the companies’ revenues as more people spend time away from home and their devices. However, the revenues potentially indicate that the firms have successfully laid out innovative plans to build on the gains made amid the health crisis making themselves indispensable parts of work and personal life.”

Despite the growth, the tech giants are under scrutiny over their market monopoly. Notably, regulators are increasingly raising questions about the firms’ dominance and use of personal data to stay ahead of the competition.

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