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  • Sarah Wood makes the 2018 Tech 500 Power List

    The tech PR agency Tyto recently announced their Tech 500 Power List 2018, revealing the most influential individuals in the UK tech sector. The list aims to highlight the fact that small company leaders and independent tech evangelists are outranking representatives of large tech firms when it comes to being heard. Tyto compiled the list by collaborating with a communications research firm to develop a methodology that identifies and tracks tech influencers across twenty sub-sectors and nine influencer groups in the UK. Unruly’s co-founder Sarah Wood made the list alongside influencers from TechCrunch, Blogger, Twitter, The BBC and Facebook. Head here to see the full list.

  • Unruly shortlisted for 3 GroupM awards

    We’re excited to announce that we have been shortlisted in three categories at the upcoming GroupM awards. The awards we are up for are: Best Media Sales Person Most Innovative Media Best Engagement Media The awards are set to take place in Singapore during GroupM’s year end party on the evening of the 14th of December. Last week our Singapore team had a great time at the GroupM Malaysia Supply Summit, where our MD of Asia, Vijay Anand Kunduri, spoke about the value of context, and how premium media drives engagement and action. Best of luck to everyone who has been nominated and fingers crossed!  

  • Elena Corchero is a TechWomen100 winner!

    We are excited to announce that Elena Corchero has made it into the TechWomen100 list . The Techwomen100 awards aim to showcase remarkable women within the technology sector covering a wide range of roles. Each year they publish a list of the top 100 women working in tech in the UK. Not only did Elena make it into the TechWomen100 list, but we also had three other Unrulies who were shortlisted; Gel Goldsby, Jade Vincent and Mariya Petkova. We’d like to say a huge congratulations to all the women who were shortlisted, and to Elena who made the list alongside innovative women from companies including Deloitte, Barclays, BP, IBM, Paypal and TFL. Check out the full list here.

  • Paul Gubbins wins Ad Tech Personality of the Year!

    Last night Paul Gubbins was named Ad Tech Personality of the Year at The Wires. The Wires is an annual prestigious awards ceremony hosted by ExchangeWire in London, celebrating the ad tech industry . Last month Unruly’s Programmatic Lead Paul Gubbins was shortlisted for the award along with some of the industries leading personalities including Taboola founder and CEO Adam Singolda, Co-founder and CTO of Adform Jakob Bak and CEO of AppNexus Brian O’Kelley. Paul collected the award last night on stage from Kate Adie CBE to a standing ovation. A huge congrats to Jody Shilliday, Head of Advertising Solutions at Adform for winning the  Ad Tech Rising Star award. Check out the full shortlists here.

  • Sarah Wood makes the LinkedIn Top Voices 2018 list

    Sarah Wood has been ranked alongside some of the UK’s biggest influencers in this year’s LinkedIn Top Voices list. The list is made up of the 10 must-know Influencers driving the business conversation in the UK and beyond, and includes author and speaker Bernard Marr, Hays CEO Alistair Cox and Mayor of London Sadiq Khan. To find all of the standout voices, LinkedIn used a combination of data and editorial signals. They screened for engagement among professionals sharing in their area of expertise, looking at what kind of conversations – measured by engagement, including comments and re-shares their original content is creating. They also tracked relative follower growth: are these Influencers attracting dedicated fans in their particular sector? Finally, they emphasized quality and diversity; in order for the list

  • Four Unrulies have been shortlisted for the TechWomen100 Awards!

    We have some really exciting news to share! Recently four Unrulies were put forward for the UK TechWomen100 Awards 2018 which highlights the accolades of up-and-coming inspirational female tech talent, in order to help guide a new generation of female role models for the industry. It is no secret that the technology industry lacks female representation at all levels, and the awards help to highlight successful and influential women, whilst serving as a platform for female technologists to shine. The aim of the TechWomen100 Awards is to highlight the accolades of up-and-coming inspirational female tech talent, and create a new generation of female role models for the industry. Elena Corchero, Gel Goldsby, Jade Vincent and Mariya Petkova from Unruly were all put forward and we’re excited to announce

  • Unruly APAC wins big at The Drum Digital Trading Awards!

    Our APAC team has scooped the Best Ad Ops Team Award at The Drum Digital Trading Awards APAC! The Ops team have gone above and beyond this year by growing programmatic expertise within their team, bringing in experts, and up-skilling staff from across the business. As a result they’ve been able to provide industry-leading client service within the region. As well as providing custom data solutions and outstanding insights and support. The team had a great time celebrating the win at The Drum Digital Trading Awards ceremony. Well done everyone, hope you had an amazing night!

  • Unruly’s Paul Gubbins makes The Drum Digerati 2018

    Paul Gubbins, Unruly’s Programmatic Lead has made it into The Drum Digerati – an annual celebration of 100 outstanding individuals excelling in the UK digital industry. The Drum’s Digerati showcases success and ingenuity from some of the most pioneering digital marketers working in the UK today. Based on nominations from The Drum readers and curated by their editorial team, the list celebrates talent from four categories: agencies, brands, adtech & martech and media & platforms. Paul Gubbins has over 16 years’ experience in the advertising sector, with the last nine spent in programmatic. Shortlisted by The Drum in 2017 as one of the most influential people in the digital advertising sector, Gubbins sits on the Captify advisory board, is a mentor at The Programmatic Advisory and is regularly asked

  • Unruly have been nominated as a finalist for Digiday’s Worklife Awards

    Unruly has been selected as a finalist for this year’s Digiday Worklife Awards with Buzzfeed, Financial Times and Havas, and is up for the ‘Most Collaborative Culture Tech Provider’ award. At Unruly, the staff and culture are key to the success, direction and decisions that the business take. Its culture, built from the combined experience and personality of every single member of the team, is defined by three key values: Deliver Wow, Inspire Change, and Share the Love. The Digiday Awards is the industry’s annual recognition of the companies, campaigns and creative that are modernizing media and marketing. Over the years, these awards have honoured leading work from brands, agencies, publishers and tech providers such as Casper, R/GA, Domino’s, The Martin Agency and more.   The awards will