Digital marketing entrepreneur and Hallam CEO Susan Hallam MBE, has been further recognised as one the leading voices in the industry by the British Interactive Media Association.
Susan is one of 100 business owners, innovators and visionaries included in the BIMA. The prestigious list also features leaders from the likes of the BBC, Karmarama and Thomson Reuters amongst others.
The BIMA 100 was established to celebrate the people behind the success when it comes to the future of digital marketing. With a mission to drive innovation and excellence across the digital sphere, BIMA and its members come together to network, drive change and celebrate success.
The association is also a leader in tackling the digital skills gap in the UK. Championing initiatives such as the “Digital Day” in secondary schools and helping to shape the content of digital studies in universities throughout the country.
This year’s top 100, were selected by a panel of highly regarded judges including CEO’s and leaders from Campaign, Google and Tarta Communications.
Susan Hallam was honoured to be included in the exclusive BIMA 100.
“It’s a very proud moment for me to be included in the BIMA 100 for 2018. It is also quite humbling to be listed alongside leaders from organisations such as Wunderman, Karmarama and the BBC.
“I see it as a signal of Hallam as an emerging force in the digital marketing world and I am very proud of the work we do for our clients every day.”
Susan is acknowledged as a major player in the UK digital industry with the induction, now sitting alongside the likes of Jamal Edwards MBE, Stephen Fry, Sir Tim Berners-Lee and Dame Martha Lane Fox.
It has already been quite a year for Susan, after being awarded an MBE for innovation and enterprise in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours List 2018. Hallam has also been nominated in 16 categories for this year’s Recommended Agency Register awards.