Top 10 Highest Linkedin Followers Profile in World

LinkedIn is actually a social networking service for businesses in the whole world. This was founded in Mountain View, California on December 2002 and its launching date was on May 5, 2003. At present, it is reported that there are already 364 million users of LinkedIn, and they come from different countries and territories. Here are the top 10 highest LinkedIn followers profile today:

10. Cisco

This multinational technology firm was founded by Leonard Bosack and Sandy Lerner 31 years ago. You can find its headquarters in San Jose, California. It offers networking equipment to the consumers. Its LinkedIn profile has 1,003,824 followers.

9. Dell

It’s a private multinational computer technology firm founded 31 years ago by Michael Dell. Its headquarters is located in Round Rock, Texas. It offers computer-related products and services. Its LinkedIn profile has 1,008,759 followers. Here is the link,

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8. Oracle

It’s a multinational computer technology firm founded on June 16, 1977 by Larry Ellison, Bob Miner, and Ed Oates. Its headquarters can be found in Redwood City, California. The company is popular in developing enterprise software products and computer hardware systems. Its LinkedIn page acquires 1,493,481 followers.

7. Deloitte

It’s among those “Big Four” professional services companies, and its global headquarters can be found in the United States. It was founded in the year 1845 by William Welch Deloitte. The company is known in providing services regarding financial advisory, enterprise risk, consulting, tax, and audit. Its LinkedIn profile has 1,591,778 followers.

6. Accenture

It’s a company founded on 1989 that offers a lot to the consumers. Its offerings are outsourcing services, technology services, and management consulting. In terms of revenues, it’s the number one amongst consulting firms all over the world. Its LinkedIn page already has 1,977,102 followers.

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