Most Connected Companies at Microsoft Inspire

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Microsoft Inspire: Connect, Learn, and Collaborate

Microsoft’s Inspire conference is where Microsoft and its partners come together from around the globe to connect with each other, exchange knowledge, and forget new business relationships.   It’s attended by Microsoft partners and employees, as well as industry experts, and takes place from July 15th to 19th, 2018 in Las Vegas.

As with any conference, the information presented at sessions is only a tiny fraction of the value.  The bulk of the value is in the networking as it’s a chance to meet the key contacts and build the right relationships that each attendee needs to thrive in the coming year.

With that in mind, we want to highlight the organizations that are investing in having their employees build relationships.  When the message comes from the top down that relationships matter, employees invest in building the bonds that give the access to new skills, talent, markets, and ideas.

To celebrate those companies that are doing this right, here is the Most Connected Companies at Microsoft Inspire 2018 list.

The List

What is Most Connected?

Most Connected is a resource that showcases the most networked companies in a region. According to Harvard Business Review, in today’s business environment, relationships are the key factor in what makes a successful brand. And now, relationship intelligence solutions can identify which companies have the strongest sets of relationships. Nudge.ai is showcasing the companies that are most set up for success based on the strong networks of their employees.  

Companies are ranked on a number of factors including how many relationships their employees have, how strong those relationships are, and how many companies those relationships stretch across. For more detail on how Nudge measures and analyzes relationships, see here.

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