Aqueduct, the agency behind disability equality charity SCOPE’s new website, will be represented on the British Interactive Media Association (BIMA) awards panel by CEO Guillaume Buat-Ménard.
The BIMA Awards are the longest standing and most prestigious digital awards in the UK, and seek to support and encourage the British digital sector.
After a stint as a rocket scientist and web developer, Guillaume has been working as a Technical Director and CTO for over 15 years at agencies including TMWUnlimited and Proximity and is now CEO of London strategic design and delivery agency, Aqueduct.
“I’ve always been a fan of BIMA, they provide great support and learning for agencies in the UK, and they organise and host one of the best awards in the industry. Throughout the years I have benefitted from directors dinners, breakfast briefings and made many useful connections and friends through them.”
– Guillaume Buat-Ménard
Guillame, delighted to be a judge at the BIMA Awards will be looking forward to seeing the best quality that the digital sector has to offer for 2019.
As a key organiser for “Agile for Agencies” Guillaume values BIMA for their pragmatic and supportive approach, and hopes to offer more of the same.
“I particularly like the fact that they understand our busy lives and fit their events around it not the other way around, the morning briefings are particularly well organised, just before work, always starting on time and well curated. They make it easy to learn, share and connect.”
Entries are now open for the BIMA Awards, and entries close on 8th May 2019. The BIMA Awards ceremony will take place on 18th September 2019. Find out more: https://bimaawards.com/