MD Sam gets named as BIMA Judge

Our Co-Founder and Managing Director, Sam Armondi has been announced as a judge in the UK’s leading Digital Tech Awards.

Sam, who founded Thought Quarter with his wife Allanah in 2014, has been named as a judge by BIMA (British Interactive Media Association). He will be involved in evaluating some of the country’s most inspiring and industry leading digital projects and initiatives as part of his new role.

The awards were established in 1985 and have since become the most prestigious in the digital sector. They exist to set a gold standard in digital-awarding. To celebrate and shout about the work in the British digital sector that is truly pushing the limits of what is possible. And what is making a difference in business, culture and society.

Privilege

After spending most of his working life in software development and consultancy sector, Sam was especially honored to be named as a judge, alongside some of the most respected names in the digital world.

“It’s a real privilege to be announced as a judge at this year’s awards. I’ve worked in this sector for 15 years and I’m extremely enthusiastic about the work we do to help businesses progress in an ever evolving environment. To have been asked to be a judge was a really exciting moment for me, and the agency as a whole.

“At Thought Quarter we’re passionate about promoting digital transformation, and using technology to progress and grow business, so I’m really excited to see the entries and how they challenge their respective environments, disrupting the norm and carving a new future.”

Recognition

Earlier this year the company announced its’ ambitious growth strategy based on their ethos of ‘Progress With Purpose’ and outlined their mission to become one of the leading tech agencies in the Country.

Getting recognition from BIMA as a judge is something Sam is particularly proud of. He said:

“BIMA is a big name in the Tech and Agency sector. I feel very exited to have been asked to be part of their awards this year.”

The judges will asses the award entries in two rounds in September, and the shortlist will be announced in October. The winners will receive their award at an awards ceremony in November.  

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