Bima 100 Success - A Night to Remember.


Last night the UK’s leading digital lights gathered in London for the 2016 Bima 100.

This night was extra special for the Sagittarius team as our very own techie, Richard Brisley was inducted into the 2016 Bima 100 in the Devs and Makers category!

The Bima 100 are chosen from nominations and then selected by a panel of industry experts chaired by Lawrence Weber, Managing Partner Innovation at Karmarama and members of the BIMA Executive board with special responsibility for the Bima Hot 100 programme.

Our ‘super techie’, Richard has been with Sagittarius for over 10 years and has grown from a competent developer, into a digital guru.

Richard’s appetite for technology has introduced many new technologies to the agency, including node.js, MongoDB, NUnit, Kendo, the Atlassian suite and new cross platform mobile app technologies.

Richard’s love of tech extends into running agency lunchtime sessions on the latest innovations and technologies – from robots, to websites and on into the conceptual (e.g. ‘antiphonal geometry’).

Richard’s passion also extends beyond Sagittarius with his own blog, contributing to partner blogs, knowledge bases, and to the wider developer community, including MSDN.

To see the full line up of talent in this years Bima 100, download the 2016 Bima 100 book here: BIMA 100 Awards Book

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Naomi Harper
Head of Marketing & Communications
Naomi is the agency's Head of Marketing & Communications with a strong background in Public Relations, events, Marketing and Brand campaigns.

Naomi joined Sagittarius in January 2021 to deliver exceptional external brand experiences, engaging internal communications and to assist with the driving of sales and the developing of relationships with key strategic suppliers.


Naomi Harper

11 May 2016 - 7 minute read
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