Amy Williams - TNBT winner 2017

Disruptive forces to win The Next Big Thing include:

Good-Loop - winner 2017
Amy Williams, Founder and CEO, Good-Loop pitched for Nestlé to use its ethical video advertising platform to distribute opt-in ads to viewers.
Fluid Ads - winner 2016
Fluid Ads was declared the winner after a fantastic presentation showcasing how their unique technology can help brands and agencies create HTML5 multi-shape, multi-device ads in seconds.
Relative Insight - winner 2015
Relative Insight provides language analysis for brands and agencies.
seenit - winner 2014
Seenit helps organisations co-create video with their employees and brand ambassadors from around the world.
Avocarrot - winner 2013
Avocarrot enables app developers to integrate Native Ads, to get real-time programmatic access to a large number of advertisers around the world.
We have been enormously flattered by the progressive brands and Investors who have wanted to work with us in the last couple of months and now this from a brand like Unilever is absolutely fantastic!
George Dann
CEO, Fluid Ads & winners of TNBT 2016
Being named 'The Next Big Thing 2016' has certainly helped us accelerate our growth over the last 12 months. As a tech start up it can be difficult to build awareness and win new business. Immediately following the announcement our phones began to ring and our calendars got full.
Paul Cruise
Sales Director, Fluid Ads & winners of TNBT 2016
I really feel that Fluid-Ads has huge potential and could be a game-changer in the advertising world, from both a creative and an operational prospective – definitely, one to watch.
Ken Valledy - Fluid Ads
CEO, Tech2Brand

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