As per Forbes, there are 14 out of 30 large corporations in the world that will soon change the fate of Tech Industry, including Apple Inc., Microsoft, Google, Facebook, Oracle, Intel, Airbnb, Hubspot, IBM, LinkedIn, and Cisco Systems. Over the years, the tech firms have been known for their cushy new-age offices, excellent salary packages, and other benefits. Nowadays, the multinational corporations are busy day and night to present affordable devices, software, and gadgets for the consumers. Here is a list of some of those top ranked firms.


Airbnb is one of the most famous online marketplaces. It provides the people with lists of affordable accommodation. Currently, Airbnb’s website has more than 1,500,001 listings in over 130 countries. It was founded in 2008 by Joe Gebbia. The firm has its headquarters in California. In October 2007, Brian Chesky and Joe Gebbia moved to the US and presented the concept of AirBed & Breakfast during a conference.

It was in February 2008 when Nathan Blecharczyk became a part of their project, and the three talented persons worked together on the AirBed & Breakfast project. The website was launched in August 2008. The company generated more than $8 million revenues during 2015, Forbes claims.

Today, its 19 offices are based in Amsterdam, Barcelona, Dublin, London, Miami, New Delhi, Paris, and other big cities of the world. As of 2013, the website has uncovered millions of connections between Airbnb and Facebook users.


Hubspot needs no introduction. This company is based in Massachusetts. It is known to develop and market powerful tools and software for inbound marketing.

Its most popular software is called HubSpot. Brian Halligan and Dharmesh Shah founded this firm in 2006. Today, Hubspot is the prior choice of many businessmen. The firm has introduced amazing inbound marketing strategies via viral videos, and social media.

Other than this, its tools of content management, web analytics, landing pages, and SEO have proved to be useful.

Hubspot has collaborated with salesforce, SugarCRM, NetSuite, and other firms to expand its business. The company grossed over $10 million in 2015, Forbes says. According to Harvard Business Review, HubSpot's best service is its free online tools especially Marketing Grader. An article of New York Times reveals that the company would soon launch a lot of tools for the global consumers.