2 Downgrading "Many" to "Most"
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MostMany (if not all)Most (if not all) conferences rely on corporate sponsorship.

It is frequently a condition of a sponsoring company that such sponsorship gains them a speaking slot... or alternatively, that a given speaker's invitation is conditional on their company sponsoring the event.

So, quite simply, if a speaker is affiliated with an event sponsor it is likely that there is a connection.

Source: I'm quite a regular conference speaker...

Most (if not all) conferences rely on corporate sponsorship.

It is frequently a condition of a sponsoring company that such sponsorship gains them a speaking slot... or alternatively, that a given speaker's invitation is conditional on their company sponsoring the event.

So, quite simply, if a speaker is affiliated with an event sponsor it is likely that there is a connection.

Source: I'm quite a regular conference speaker...

Many Most (if not all) conferences rely on corporate sponsorship.

It is frequently a condition of a sponsoring company that such sponsorship gains them a speaking slot... or alternatively, that a given speaker's invitation is conditional on their company sponsoring the event.

So, quite simply, if a speaker is affiliated with an event sponsor it is likely that there is a connection.

Source: I'm quite a regular conference speaker...

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Most (if not all) conferences rely on corporate sponsorship.

It is frequently a condition of a sponsoring company that such sponsorship gains them a speaking slot... or alternatively, that a given speaker's invitation is conditional on their company sponsoring the event.

So, quite simply, if a speaker is affiliated with an event sponsor it is likely that there is a connection.

Source: I'm quite a regular conference speaker...