Ringo Moss named in BIMA Hot 100
Our Creative Strategist, Ringo Moss, has this week been named as one of the top 100 most influential people in British digital by industry leaders BIMA. The Hot 100 list has been a sought-after badge of honour for digital newcomers and experts alike since it began in 2013.
Ringo has been recognised for his 10 years’ experience in digital design, content and advertising for some of the world’s biggest brands including Harper’s Bazaar, Top Shop, Reiss, The Glasgow Commonwealth Games, Ted Baker, Telefonica, Jaguar and Nickelodeon.
In 2014 he shifted the focus of his work from fashion and lifestyle to the third sector. Since then he has embraced the not-for-profit field – just last year he forged a partnership with Charity Comms that resulted in a joint sector-leading report into the technology choices made by charities. He is also a regular keynote speaker at events, including Edge Digital conferences, CIM conferences, and more recently charity events with Third Sector Magazine and Engaging Networks.
As Creative Strategist at Positive, Ringo works to identify and implement best in class design, technology and content strategy, ensuring that the strategic direction of all of the work produced in the Positive studio is as effective and measurable as possible.
Ringo recently led the team to be selected by the Royal National Lifeboat Institute as a strategic digital partner in delivering the charity’s ambitious programme of digital transformation over the next three years.
Huge congrats to Ringo!