To be named as part of the BIMA 100 is a prestigious accolade.
Liz Ashall-Payne named in prestigious BIMA 100 for 2019
- BIMA is the British Interactive Media Association, the industry body that represents the UK digital and tech industry
- The BIMA 100 recognises the industry’s most influential people
- Liz Ashall-Payne, ORCHA’s CEO, joins the BIMA 100 in the Tech Trailblazers category
- This year’s 100 were selected by an independent panel of industry experts
To be named as part of the BIMA 100 is a prestigious accolade. The BIMA 100 celebrates the most influential, pioneering and changemaking people in the UK’s digital industry and ORCHA is delighted to announce that its CEO, Liz Ashall-Payne, has been selected by an independent panel of industry experts to join this year’s 100.
Liz was named in the Tech Trailblazers category following a year in which she has continued to increase access to and awareness of digital health for people, professionals and populations.
The announcement was made at one of digital’s biggest nights of the year, held at London’s OXO Tower on 8th May.
“Tonight is about celebrating the people who are the leading the industry right now,” explained BIMA Co-President Nat Gross. “It’s about the people we look up to, the visionary leaders and CEOs that can make our industry a better place. The people with the imagination, technical skill and creativity to take us forward; and the new talent that can keep our sector strong.
“When you look at the people in this year’s 100 – people like Liz Ashall-Payne – I think we’ve really outdone ourselves.”
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