The most successful cloud companies in the world lead with purpose and align their values with all their stakeholders. On this year’s Cloud 100 list, we are proud to see so many top-performing companies that are intentional about their impact on their customers, their employees and the world, and are leading the way toward a more equitable future.
The Forbes Cloud 100 celebrates the definitive list of the top 100 private cloud companies in the world. Now in its seventh year, the 2022 Cloud 100 celebrates the top 100 private companies in the world and brings together cloud CEOs and industry leaders to explore the latest trends, innovations, and technology driving today's digital ecosystems.
Daring leaders build creative solutions from their bold visions, despite sometimes not knowing what the future holds. However, innovation is often an imperative and not a luxury. After a paradigm-shifting period, people across industries and the entire globe are living and building in a brave new world.
Across the cloud ecosystem, product leaders are constantly considering what customers need now and in the future. But how exactly do companies harness user insights to build top-tier products? From GTM strategies to weaving in feedback to drive product innovation, Ali Ghodsi, CEO of Databricks, Amit Bendov, CEO of Gong.io, and Neha Narkhede, Co-Founder of
For the knowledge economy, going to work is more of a state of being than it is a destination. And for the past year, this concept was put to the test as many corporate leaders rose to the occasion to transition entire industries online and create new ones. But as offices begin to reopen, the
Alex Konrad, Senior Editor of Forbes, walks us through the highlights of the 2021 Cloud 100; the top 10, the newcomers, the biggest jumps, and what the list reveals about the industry. Watch the reveal! Transcript E-commerce’s recent growth of more than 13% from pre-pandemic levels helps boost Attentive and Klaviyo into the top
Join Salesforce Ventures and Bessemer Venture Partners as we award one of the Cloud 100 companies the 2021 Pledge 1% Impact Award. Each year the Pledge 1% Impact Award is given to a company that demonstrates an outstanding commitment to social impact, not just by delivering programs that directly make a measurable positive impact, but also
While cloud companies are thriving with record-breaking growth and access to capital, the next generation say this is only the beginning. Here, Forbes’ Alex Konrad will talk to the rising stars of the cloud, including Danielle Cohen-Shohet, CEO of GlossGenius, Kelvin Beachum, NFL and tech investor, and Sevetri Wilson, CEO of Resilia. They’ll outline their
The pandemic isn’t over, but the light is at the end of the tunnel. During this great reset — when the way people work and live is more fluid than ever before — figuring out how to navigate the digital and the “real” world seems to be on everyone’s mind. For many leaders, this shift
Alex Kayyal, Managing Partner at Salesforce Ventures, Byron Deeter, Partner at Bessemer Venture Partners, and Elliott Robinson, Partner at Bessemer Venture Partners discuss the high bar companies had to reach to make this year’s list, the latest on the cloud economy, and the trends they expect to see over the next year. Speakers Alex Kayyal,
We believe this is just the beginning. We’re about to enter a new period of business creation we’re calling The Great Reimagining. Over the past 18 months, the total market cap of publicly traded cloud companies has soared from $1 trillion to $2.3 trillion, representing the fastest growth in the history of the cloud. Private