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World biggest tech companies and their net worth

Tech companies are considered one of the valuable brands in the world not only in the quality of service they render but the value of money produced. Apple Inc., according to Interbrand – a brand consultancy, has been declared the most valuable tech company in the world. 

Interbrand has come out with the most biggest tech companies and they were picked by the following parameters: clarity, commitment, governance, responsiveness, relevance, engagement, differentiation, consistency, authenticity, and presence. 

Here are the top 30 tech brands in the world. 

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#1: Apple

According to Inbrand’s parameters, Apple’s brand value was $232,241 million dollars

#2: Google

According to Interbrand’s parameters, Google’s brand value was $167,713 million dollars

#3: Amazon

According to Interbrand’s parameters, Amazon’s brand value was $125,263 million dollars

#4: Microsoft

According to Interbrand’s parameters, Microsoft’s brand value was $108,847 million

#5: Samsung

According to Interbrand’s parameters, Samsung’s brand value was $61,098 million

#6: IBM

According to Interbrand’s parameters, IBM’s brand value was $40,381 million

#7: Intel

According to Interbrand’s parameters, Intel’s brand value was $40,197 million

#8: Facebook

According to Interbrand’s parameters, Facebook’s brand value was $39,857 million

#9: Cisco

According to Interbrand’s parameters, Cisco’s brand value was $35,559 million

#10: Oracle

According to Interbrand’s parameters, Oracle’s brand value was $26,288 million

#11: SAP

According to Interbrand’s parameters, SAP’s brand value was $25,092 million

#12: Accenture

 

According to Interbrand’s parameters, Accenture’s brand value was $16,205 million

#13: Adobe

According to Interbrand’s parameters, Adobe’s brand value was $12,937 million

#14: Ebay

According to Interbrand’s parameters, Ebay’s brand value was $12,010 million

#15: Philips

According to Interbrand’s parameters, Philips’s brand value was $11,661 million

#16: HP

According to Interbrand’s parameters, HP’s brand value was $10,891 million

#17: Sony

According to Interbrand’s parameters, Sony’s brand value was $10,514 million

#18: Siemens

According to Interbrand’s parameters, Siemen’s brand value was $10,259 million

#19: Canon

According to Interbrand’s parameters, Canon’s brand value was $9,482 million

#20: Dell

According to Interbrand’s parameters, Dell’s brand value was $9,086 million

#21: 3M

According to Interbrand’s parameters, 3M’s brand value was $9,035 million

#22: Salesforce

According to Interbrand’s parameters, Salesforce’s brand value was $8,004 million

#23: Hewlett Packard Enterprise

 

According to Interbrand’s parameters, HP Enterprise’s brand value was $7,909 million

#24: PayPal

According to Interbrand’s parameters, PayPal’s brand value was $7,604 million

#25: Huawei

According to Interbrand’s parameters, Huawei’s brand value was $6,887 million

#26: Panasonic

According to Interbrand’s parameters, Panasonic’s brand value was $6,189 million

#27: Uber

According to Interbrand’s parameters, Uber’s brand value was $5,714 million

#28: Nintendo

According to Interbrand’s parameters, Nintendo’s brand value was $5,550 million

#29: LinkedIn

According to Interbrand’s parameters, LinkedIn’s brand value was $4,836 million

Jeremy Atus

The author Jeremy Atus

Jeremy Atus is a Media and Technology Entrepreneur| Blogger| Brand Manager| Web Designer| Digital Marketer and a Tech Geek with over 6 years of experience in providing Tech and Media Solutions for small and medium scale brands across the world.