Every year BIMA celebrate 100 people who are leading the industry right now, at one of the biggest nights in the digital industry's calendar. And we are delighted to announce that three of our colleagues have been honoured as helping to shape the future of Britain's digital industry.

In the Client Services and Project Management category, Rachel Smith, Experience Director at Wunderman Thompson Commerce, was celebrated for her outstanding work in leading Wunderman Thompson Commerce's Experience team. Alongside her, Kathleen Edmondson, Client Director at Wunderman Thompson Technology was honoured for her strategic and results oriented approach that enables her to recognise and understand her client's needs, to deliver growth both for her clients and Wunderman Thompson Technology.

Richard Logan, Lead Strategy & Digital Transformation Consultant at Wunderman Thompson Technology, was our third winner on the night, in the Strategists and Consultants category, where he was recognised for his ability to deliver digital change and operational transformation programmes for global multi-market, multi-brand businesses.

James Westoby, Chief Executive Officer at Wunderman Thompson Commerce, said: "We see ourselves as a growth partner, constantly striving to deliver innovation and excellence for our clients. And growth is what encapsulates Rachel's, Kathleen's and Richard's accomplishments. Constantly demonstrating their passion for our business, their energy, ideas, determination, and desire to deliver great work for our clients is what makes them worthy winners. Congratulations to you all!"

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