Webroot’s corporate headquarters are located in Broomfield, Colorado, with additional facilities in San Diego and San Mateo, California; Sydney, Australia; Dublin, Ireland; Tokyo, Japan; and Bracknell, United Kingdom.
Set against the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, Broomfield, Colorado offers stunning panoramic views, an abundance of shopping, and a prime location between Denver and Boulder. The city has attracted a growing number of global companies due to its quick access to world-renowned restaurants, entertainment, sporting events, and the area’s best outdoor recreation. Whether you’re interested in hiking the Flatirons at Boulder’s Chautauqua Park, taking in a sports game at one of Denver’s many popular facilities, or enjoying a delicious meal at a five-star restaurant, it’s all just a short drive away. And with easy access to Denver International Airport, Broomfield is even more ideal for visitors and business travelers.
As part of England’s Silicon Valley, the "M4 Corridor," Bracknell has attracted major technology companies from around the world. The town itself is nestled between the scenic Swinley Woods and Crowthorne Woods on the east and south and is known for its music festivals. Bracknell has appeared in numerous films and TV shows, including Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone and Time Bandits. Bracknell is located 33 miles from downtown London.
The largest city in Ireland, Dublin has one of the fastest growing populations of any European capital. Its unique blend of historical architecture and modern culture has made Dublin the location of choice for a number of global information and communications technology companies. Historically recognized as the brewing location of Guinness, the city is now home to a diverse array of thriving industries, education, arts, and entertainment.
Widely regarded in the U.S. as one of the nation’s most desirable places to live – both for its climate and standard of living – San Diego features a vigorous economic infrastructure based on biotechnology/biosciences, defense manufacturing, and shipbuilding, as well as computer science, software development, and telecommunications. San Diego resides just a few short hours from several of Mexico’s finest tourist destinations, offers a rich melding of ethnicities, and is home to some of the nation’s finest cultural attractions, including the San Diego Symphony and the world renowned San Diego Zoo.
Located between San Francisco and the Silicon Valley, San Mateo enjoys all the amenities of both. Whether you’re interested in exploring the charm of San Francisco – Fisherman’s Wharf, Alcatraz, Japanese Gardens – or drawing on the energy of technological innovation from Silicon Valley, San Mateo makes for a perfect place to grow your technology career.
Site of the first British colony in Australia, Sydney is now recognized as an "Alpha World City+," according to the Loughborough University group data inventory of GaWC research, reflecting its global reputation for arts, fashion, commerce, culture, education, tourism, and entertainment. Sydney enjoys a temperate climate, features 70+ harbor and ocean beaches, and is expanding its presence in the global IT community.
Tokyo has been described as one of three "command centers" of the global economy, together with New York and London. It has the largest metropolitan economy in the world and is home to 47 of the Global 500. Burgeoning with museums, national parks, theatres, and sporting venues, Tokyo plays as hard as it works. Tokyo cuisine is internationally acclaimed and lovers of the outdoors will find numerous opportunities to interface with Japan’s most famous peak, Mount Fuji – only a few short hours from downtown Tokyo.