Unruly’s series #TheStartUp show was back this week with a jam-packed Ad Week special! In the episode, Unruly co-CEO Sarah Wood chatted with Collider co-Founder Rose Lewis and founder of The Smalls, Kate Tancred.
#TheStartupShow: The Power Of Partnerships With Rose Lewis & Kate Tancred – #AWEurope Special
Unruly is proud to announce that co-founder Sarah Wood has been nominated for the Veuve Clicquot Business Woman Award, dubbed the Oscars of female entrepreneurs and business leaders in the UK.
Sarah was announced as a finalist yesterday to coincide with International Women’s Day. The other two women shortlisted for the prestigious award, which celebrates entrepreneurial women who have made significant contributions to business life in the UK, are make-up brand creator Charlotte Tilbury and Trainline’s Clare Gilmartin.
Unruly co-CEOs Scott Button and Sarah Wood are among the 10 coolest people in the UK tech industry. But don’t just take our word for it – that’s according to Business Insider.
The popular business, entertainment and technology news website sorted through the UK’s leading tech figures. And Unruly’s co-CEOs were ranked 10th on a list which includes Tech City’s Gerard Grech, serial entrepreneur Sherry Coutu, Sir Martin Sorrell, Baroness Joanna Shields and Eileen Burbidge.
Mayor of London Boris Johnson helps high growth firms set sights on international expansion
More than 40 per cent of London-based SMEs aiming to trade internationally
London exports worth £140bn to capital’s economy
February 2, 2016 – Fifty of London’s fastest growing companies will join the first cohort of the Mayor’s International Business Programme, a new initiative launched today to help the capital’s high growth firms break into new international markets or grow their existing operations overseas.
The Upscale programme from Tech City UK will power 30 of the fastest growing UK tech companies on their scaling journey
28th January, 2016 – LONDON: Tech City UK today announces the 30 digital companies selected to join the first intake of its new Upscale programme. Following a high level of exceptional applications and a competitive judging process, the companies selected represent the emerging digital businesses with the most potential for rapid scale and international growth.
This month marks 10 years since Scott, Matt and myself started up Unruly.
From distributing our first campaign “Krumping – Matrix Style!” out of a leaky office in the Truman Brewery, in Shoreditch, (where it was *just about* possible to upload a video on the single ADSL line without crashing the system) to becoming a high-profile scale-up and part of the News family in 2015, the Unruly journey over the past decade has been incredible, exhilarating and beyond our wildest dreams.
Unruly co-CEO Sarah Wood is one of 30 executives in the digital industry to watch out for in 2016, according to Variety.
With CES 2016 kicking off in Las Vegas this week – celebrating the biggest innovations in tech that will affect the industry for the year ahead – Sarah was identified by the magazine as one of 30 business leaders at the forefront of making noise in 2016.
Unruly co-founder Sarah Wood is City A.M.’s Entrepreneur of the Year.
The co-CEO of the video ad tech company and a host of Unrulies were at the Grange St Paul’s Hotel, London, last night to pick up the coveted award at the sixth City A.M. Awards.
Unruly co-founder Sarah Wood has been shortlisted for City A.M.’s Entrepreneur of the Year award.
The video ad tech company’s co-CEO has been nominated alongside Deliveroo’s Will Shu, Ross Williams, who owns Venntro Media – the umbrella firm of a number of successful dating apps – Only Fingers and Toes (OFAT) owner India Martin and Lloyd Amsdon, founder of Watchfinder, the largest seller of second-hand watches in the UK, for the prestigious accolade.