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Natasha Farrell
Natasha Farrell 11 April 2017

Digital Doughnut Founder named one of the UK’s most influential digital industry professionals

John Horsley, Founder and Chairman of Digital Doughnut has once again been named as one of the UK’s most influential digital industry professionals by the British Interactive Media Association (BIMA).

Off the back of Digital Doughnut winning best B2B site of the year at the Wirehive 100 Digital Agency Awards and a Digital Impact Award, Founder and Chairman John Horsley has once again been named as one of the UK’s most influential digital industry professionals by the British Interactive Media Association (BIMA).

John commented “I'm absolutely delighted to have been included in the BIMA 100 again this year. This is the third time in the last four years”.

John went on to say, “for the last 10 years I have worked incredibly hard to support the industry and those who work in it. I have established Digital Doughnut, a site that helps over one million members make better decisions about technology investments, improve their marketing practice and inform their companies marketing and business strategies. I’m really proud to have built the largest community of digital marketers in the world”. 

In the past John has also been ranked by Fast Company magazine as one of the top 50 most influential people on the web, and was recently honoured by LinkedIn as one of the Top 10 most viewed profiles globally in the marketing and advertising industry.

About the BIMA 100

BIMA launched its first ever BIMA 100 in 2013, and it has since become one of the most sought-after accolades across the UK creative industry. Professionals inducted into the BIMA 100 are nominated by industry peers who believe those individuals have had a significant impact on digital over the past 18 months. The list is then curated by BIMA and revealed at a glamorous event in London.

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