Atos talent recognised by British Interactive Media Association
London, 10 May 2020
Atos UK and Ireland employee, Ellie Mosley, has been included in this year’s BIMA100 – an industry recognised list that celebrates the leaders and innovators who are transforming the UK’s digital sector.
Every year the British Interactive Media Association (BIMA), launches its search for the 100 most influential, pioneering and ground-breaking people in the digital and tech industry.
Winners are chosen by an independent panel of industry experts in the Rising Star category with the announcement made at an online ceremony hosted by BIMA on 6 May.
Ellie Mosley, who was selected in the Rising Star category which celebrates the future leaders of our industry, has been with Atos for almost 4 years. She has worked on a range of clients from the Metropolitan Police Service, Sport England, the Lawn Tennis Association and DVSA. Among her numerous activities, Ellie sits on BIMA’s Diversity and Inclusion Council and is a careers ambassador for the Greater London Authority.
Ellie said: “I’m delighted to be recognised as one of BIMAs 100 people to look out for in the Digital Industry, over the last year I’ve had the joy of working on some really exciting and interesting projects which provide a real step change in the way organisations use digital to deliver brilliant customer service.”
BIMA is the UK’s largest digital and tech community with 5,000+ members spanning agencies, freelancers, academia, charities and brands. Across the UK, BIMA events and initiatives help to drive new thinking, encourage collaboration, build knowledge and recognise achievement. And through its 18 councils the BIMA community works to drive the digital and tech agenda on issues ranging from AI, data and sustainability to apprenticeships, inclusion and diversity.
More information about BIMA 100