Every year BIMA, the British Interactive Media Association, launches its search for the 100 most influential, pioneering and groundbreaking people in the digital/tech industry. They are the BIMA 100 and one HR and High Performance Consultancy is proud to announce that Victoria Brown is on this year’s list.

Victoria was chosen by an independent panel of industry experts in the Entrepreneurs and Visionaries category following a year in which she secured a further investment into her SAAS product oneHR, rolled out version two of the innovative online HR software and trebled the turnover of her company group, which also includes boutique HR outsourcing business High Performance Consultancy,

Following social distancing guidelines, the announcement was made at an online ceremony hosted by BIMA on 6 May. The ceremony focused on the breadth of achievement of this year’s BIMA 100, demonstrating that there is no single route to success within the industry.

Ms Brown reflected on this when speaking about the accolade. “I’m so proud and so humbled to appear on this list with so many other talented individuals. My team have worked really hard to achieve great results this year and I owe a huge thanks to them.

“I have also been fortunate enough to work alongside an experienced Tech entrepreneur, Scott Fletcher, who has not only invested cash into the business, but invaluable guidance and advice too. Along with co-investor Mike Askew, they have demonstrated the necessary patience and support that any new start tech business needs. Now we have developed a strong product for market, I am confident that we will maintain the growth we have enjoyed in recent months throughout 2020 and beyond.”

“Our BIMA 100 is about recognising the people at the forefront of our industry,” explained BIMA Co-President Nat Gross. “They are the people making a fundamental difference to our industry right now and, given the strange circumstances in which we find ourselves, we need their inspiration, innovation and leadership more than ever.

“Fortunately, with people like Victoria in this year’s BIMA 100, I think we’re in safe hands.”