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 to reflect the world we work in.

Follow Sarah on LinkedIn and check out the rest of the list here.

Sarah Wood, CEO and co-founder of video ad tech company Unruly, today launches her new book Stepping Up. Below is the press release announcing details of the book:

Stepping Up is a breakthrough leadership manifesto which urges everyone to transform business culture for the better. It’s a call to arms and a practical toolkit for building quality leadership.

The book asserts the need for more diverse leaders at all levels and from all backgrounds in today’s business world.


CEO Sarah Wood was today honoured at the inaugural Champion of Women Awards in London.

The Unruly co-founder was given the Champion of Champions Award at a special ceremony held at The Sheraton Grand London Park Lane Hotel this afternoon for her work inspiring and mentoring young businesswomen from all walks of life.


Unruly co-founder and CEO Sarah Wood has been named among the 500 most influential people in Britain today.

The annual Debrett’s 500 list, published in the Daily Telegraph, covers 24 categories across British society, including sport, journalism, politics, business, advertising, architecture, food and education.


Unruly was celebrating last night after co-founder Sarah Wood won CEO of the Year at TechCrunch’s Europas awards.

Sarah was awarded the trophy at a packed Old Billingsgate Market yesterday.


We are very excited to announce that Unruly co-CEOs Sarah Wood and Scott Button have been awarded OBEs.

The co-founders of the video ad tech company were today named in the Queen’s 90th Birthday 2016 Honours List for their services to innovation and technology.


Unruly co-founder and co-CEO Sarah Wood last night won Veuve Clicquot’s prestigious Business Woman of the Year Award.

Sarah was handed the award – dubbed the Oscars of female business leaders – for her tireless work growing Unruly into a successful global ad tech business, as well as her commitment to diversity in the workplace.


Unruly opened its doors to the Cherie Blair Foundation For Women last night, emphasising their work helping women worldwide develop vital business skills.

The foundation released its annual report on Wednesday, which outlined the great work it does in countries like Rwanda and Lebanon and stressed the power of technology as a tool for entrepreneurs.


News UK and Unruly were out in force at Advertising Week Europe this week, with team members appearing in a number of lively discussions throughout the four-day event.


It’s been a busy week at Advertising Week Europe, with talks on everything from Snapchat to AI. However, one subject that was on the lips of everyone at the Picturehouse this week was programmatic advertising. 

The four-day event was kicked off with a talk titled ‘The Programmatic Evolution” on Monday afternoon, and the conversation didn’t slow down for the rest of the week! And with good reason, with more than half of all online video advertising in Europe expected to be traded programmatically by 2020 (source: SpotX).