GE is an industrial conglomerate that operates in the aviation, energy, healthcare, renewable energy, transportation, and finance sectors.
GE is headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts. H. Lawrence Culp is Chairman and CEO of GE. GE received a total of $ 15 billion. GE has a portfolio of 28 companies, including Genome Medical. As of February 2020, GE had 2.2 million fans on Facebook and 443.8 thousand followers on Twitter.
GE’s Competitors, Revenue, Number of Employees, Funding and Acquisitions
Ge top competitors include: Siemens, 3M, Hitachi, United Technologies, Honeywell, Schneider Electric, Philips, General Dynamics, Boeing and Emerson Electric.
Together they raised more than 102.6 billion. Of their approximately 1.7 million employees. GE employs 283,000 people and is third among the top 10 competitors. The top 10 competitors averaged 168,745.
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- Founded: 1892
- Est. Annual Revenue: $174.2B
- Est. Employees: 283,000
- Headquarters: 5 Necco Street Boston, Massachusetts 02210
Siemens was one of the main competitors of GE. Siemens was founded in 1847, with headquarters in Munich, Bavaria. Siemens competes in the electrical components and equipment industry. Siemens brings $ 86.5 billion less in revenue than GE.
3M is the main competitor of GE. 3M is a public company that was founded in St. Paul, Minnesota in 1902. 3M competes in retail. 3M has 186,837 fewer employees than GE.
Hitachi is considered one of the largest competitors of GE. Hitachi was founded in 1910, and its headquarters are in Chioda-ku, Tokyo Prefecture. Like GE, Hitachi also competes in the field of electrical engineering and electronics. Hitachi employs 17,000 more people than GE.