List of companies based in Bellevue, Washington

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This is a list of large or well-known interstate or international companies headquartered in Bellevue, Washington.

Currently based in Bellevue[edit]

  • 5th Cell - video game developer; created Scribblenauts and Drawn to Life
  • Apptio - developer of software used to evaluate and manage portfolios of IT investments through an integrated view of IT cost, performance, supply, and demand
  • ArenaNet - PC game developer of Guild Wars series; many ArenaNet employees formerly worked for Blizzard Entertainment
  • Bungie - video game studio known for the popular Halo and Destiny franchises
  • Concur Technologies - offers online integrated travel and expense management for businesses; relocated its headquarters in 2013 from Redmond to the Key Center building
  • Dreambox - online elementary and middle school math software; headquartered in downtown Bellevue
  • Drugstore.com - online pharmacy and information site for health, beauty, wellness, personal care, and pharmacy products
  • Eddie Bauer - relocated its headquarters from Redmond to a 28-story office tower at Lincoln Square, which was completed in mid-2007; shares the tower with Microsoft's North American sales headquarters
  • Esterline - publicly traded company that designs, manufactures, and markets specialty products primarily for aerospace and defense customers
  • Expedia, Inc. - online travel company, which occupies Tower 333 (renamed the Expedia building) beginning November 2008
  • GlobalScholar - an operating unit of Scantron
  • InfoSpace - a growing Internet private-label search engine and online directory that survived the dot.com bust of the 1990s; reemerging in the mid-2000s with a mobile entertainment offering
  • Intellectual Ventures - a growing intellectual property investment company, prominently featured in the book Superfreakonomics
  • MulvannyG2 Architecture - moved to Seattle in 2015; now called MG2; the headquarters for the international architectural firm working with both commercial and mixed use projects
  • Orahealth Corporation - pharmaceutical manufacturer specializing in oral health care products
  • Outerwall - owner and operator of coin-exchanging and movie rental kiosks found in supermarkets
  • Paccar Inc - world's third-largest producer of heavy duty Class 8 trucks (semis) sold under the Kenworth, Peterbilt, DAF and Leyland nameplates
  • The Pokémon Company International - North American headquarters for US operations for marketing and licensing the Pokémon franchise
  • QFC - Quality Food Centers; headquartered in Bellevue; a Washington and Oregon chain of upscale grocery stores (a wholly owned subsidiary of Kroger)
  • Savers - operators of the Value Village thrift store chain
  • Sucker Punch Productions - Sony game developer which produced Sly Cooper, InFamous, and Rocket: Robot on Wheels
  • Symetra - life insurance company
  • T-Mobile USA - headquarters for their US operations are located in Factoria, a neighborhood of Bellevue; operates a nationwide 4G LTE network; Bellevue's second-largest employer, with over 3,200 employees[1] and America's third largest mobile carrier.
  • Unify Square - unified communications technology company; founded and headquartered in Bellevue
  • Valve - computer software/video games developer responsible for PC game client Steam, and best-selling games such as the Half-Life series, Portal series, and Team Fortress 2
  • WizKids - non-electronic game developer producing everything from collectible miniatures games to board games

Branches based in Bellevue[edit]

  • Boeing - aircraft manufacturer;s Bellevue's third-largest employer with over 2,800 employees[1]
  • HTC Corporation - Taiwan-based manufacturer of smartphones and portable computing devices[2]
  • Microsoft - Bellevue's largest employer, with 7,500 employees[1]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Todd Bishop (2008-05-01), Microsoft leases 26-story building in downtown Bellevue, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, retrieved 2009-05-11 
  2. ^ "HTC About us and locations". HTC Corporation.