iRobot is the developer, manufacturer and supplier of robotic vacuum cleaners for the commercial, residential and industrial sectors.
iRobot is headquartered in Bedford, Massachusetts. iRobot has revenues of $1.2 billion and employs 1,032 people. iRobot has raised $103.2 million in funding. The portfolio of iRobot includes 12 companies, including Intuitive Robotics. As of August 2019, iRobot had 1.5 million fans on Facebook and 25,500 followers on Twitter.
iRobot’s Competitors, Revenue, Number of Employees, Funding, Acquisitions & News
Irobot top competitors include: SharkNinja, ECOVACS, Dyson, Hoover, Neato Robotics, Oreck Direct and Electrolux.
Together they rose by more than 57.9M between their estimated 58.5K employees. iRobot has 1,032 employees and ranks 4th among the top 10 competitors. The top ten competitors have an average of 7,446 employees.
- Website: irobot.com
- Social Media Links: LinkedIn Twitter Facebook
- Founded: 1990
- Est. Annual Revenue: $1.2B
- Est. Employees: 1,032
- Headquarters: 8 Crosby Drive Bedford, Massachusetts 01730
SharkNinja is competitor #1 of iRobot. SharkNinja is headquartered in Needham, Massachusetts, and was founded in 1995. Like iRobot, SharkNinja also operates in the Household Products sector. SharkNinja generates 134% of iRobot’s revenue.
ECOVACS is one of the main competitors of iRobot. ECOVACS was founded in Canton, Ohio, in 1998. ECOVACS is a competitor in the consumer electronics industry. Compared to iRobot, ECOVACS brings in 1.2 billion dollars less profit.
Dyson is one of the main competitors for iRobot. Dyson is a private company, which was founded in 1991 in Singapore, Central Singapore. Dyson works in consumer electronics industry. Compared to iRobot, Dyson employs 10,968 more people.