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You might recognize the most-prospected-top companies of 2018, according to Voogy’s database, some are obviously household names – others are not, which is as well expected. But in reality, why are they according to our data the top 100 most wanted and prospected companies of 2018?

As Voogy serves Customers in 72 countries we have a global set of data and we spend a significant amount of hours analyzing which companies got prospected the most AKA sold the most to in 2018.

So by starters if we dive in to the industries we find that Tech was sold to hardly this year, as well was Financial industry – which need innovation now a day.

Top 10 Most Wanted and Prospected Industries of 2018

  1. Information Technology and Services
  2. Financial Services
  3. Insurance
  4. Banking
  5. Automotive
  6. Computer Software
  7. Health Care
  8. Logistics
  9. Manufacturing
  10. Retail

Within the companies we also highlighted the top prospected Job Roles (Seniority Levels) with Departments, not surprisingly many sales forgot the account based model.

  1. CMO
  2. CTO
  3. CEO
  4. CFO
  5. Marketing Director
  6. Sales Director
  7. Finance Director
  8. IT Manager
  9. VP of Marketing
  10. VP of Sales

So without further ado here is the top 100 most Wanted and Prospected companies of 2018 globally!

  1. Volkswagen

    After their giant Diesel fraud scandal, companies have seen a hugh growth potential in Volkswagen as they are growing again globally. Nor surprisingly is it a german company that is the most prospected of 2018, as they are growing and do well.
  2. BMW

    Growth and trade talks under the current US administration with Trumps escalation into a tradewar BMW was a winning company of 2018, but if Trump add tarriffs will BMW be as important in 2019? But their engineering department, procurement and marketing was the most prospected in 2018.
  3. Daimler-Benz

    With a strong leader, merger of Car2Go with BMW’s Drive Now, Damiler-Benz (Mercedes) is poised for M&A in 2019 and is the luxury brand that is affordable for any hard working person. They invest, so it is expected that they where number 3 in 2018!
  4. Alphabet/Google

    Google is the modern tech leader, and when it comes to data they rely on Voogy synced to Salesforce, like so many market leaders does these days. Google goes without saying, we all use it daily, and they invest in many areas of their business, and is active in M&A.
  5. JP Morgan Chase

    JP Morgan Chase is primarily focused on the US market, which makes it harder for non US companies to close deals with them. Not surprisingly was it one of the most thought after companies from our US customers.JPMorgan Chase made investments in hot tech like clean energy and blockchain that touch a lot of industries and signal massive new investments.
  1. HSBC Bank

    Is changing CEO (James Emmett) by January first 2019, so this will lead changes, and opportunities to sell into HSBC. They are moving into investment and acquisitions in the Fintech sector, which leads to growth and with their focus on all continents of the world, there is certainly opportunities.
  2. Oracle
    If you sell software that measures marketing metrics, this is exactly the kind of insider knowledge you’re looking for. This Scoop focuses on online search behaviour, suggesting that Oracle is still in relatively early stages of gathering information. (Read: They probably don’t have a preferred vendor or short list yet.Additionally, Oracle acquired Grapeshot, Vocato, go Balto, and DataFox in 2018 – all good selling opportunities.
  1. SAP
  2. Bank of America

  3. Deutsche Bank

  4. Lloyds of London
  5. Amazon
  6. Walt Disney
  7. Nike
  8. American Express
  9. Walmart
  10. Boeing
  11. Marriott
  12. General Electrics
  13. Goldman Sachs
  14. Toyota
  15. Fedex
  16. PepsiCo
  17. Unilever
  18. Nestle
  19. Bosch Group
  20. Dell Computer
  21. HP Inc.
  22. Diageo
  23. Carlsberg
  24. Mastercard
  25. Munich Re Group
  26. Allianz
  27. Novartis
  28. Novo Nordisk
  29. Maersk
  30. Priceline Group
  31. Vodaphone Group
  32. Salesforce
  33. Microsoft
  34. Wells Fargo
  35. Adobe
  36. Yum Brands
  37. Xerox
  38. Intuit
  39. LVMH Group
  40. McDonalds
  41. Geely Group
  42. Philips
  43. Samsung
  44. Telefonica Group
  45. Deutsche Telekom
  46. ATT
  47. Verizon
  48. Alibaba
  49. Manpower Group
  50. Metlife
  51. Motorola
  52. Tesla
  53. Uber
  54. New York Life Insurance
  55. Lyft
  56. Nokia
  57. Northwestern Mutual
  58. Orange
  59. Qantas Airways
  60. British Airways
  61. Red Hat
  62. IBM
  63. Roche Group
  64. Rocket Internet
  65. Stripe
  66. Thomson Reuters
  67. Bloomberg
  68. Adidas
  69. Palmolive Colgate
  70. Ford
  71. General Motors
  72. Michelin
  73. Saint Gobain
  74. Danfoss
  75. Lufthansa Group
  76. Glencore
  77. Ryan Air
  78. Nvidia
  79. Intel
  80. Swiss Re
  81. Zurich
  82. Western Digital
  83. Apple
  84. Juniper Networks
  85. Heineken Holding
  86. Anheuser-Busch Inbev
  87. Total S.A.
  88. Aldi
  89. Lidl
  90. Siemens
  91. Tesco
  92. Aviva
  93. BP