Alex Klein

Kano was born out of a challenge from Alex Klein’s six-year-old cousin to create a DIY computer – one that was as fun and simple as Lego. The London-based company hopes to demystify physical computing with DIY kits and software that allow users to make and code devices and share their creations. It has shipped […]

Anisah Osman Britton

Even while at college Anisah Osman Britton knew she wanted to run her own business, though she didn’t know quite what that business would be. After a few experiments, world travel and a stint at corporate accelerator The Bakery, she founded 23 Code Street in January 2016. A coding school with a difference, it’s a […]


Born as Ronald Hans, Dutch entrepreneur Nalden co-founded WeTransfer when he was just 25 years-old. He first came to prominence with his pioneering blog,, which he started as a teenager. Experimenting with non-intrusive, ‘wallpaper’ advertising formats for the likes of Nike and Mercedes Benz, Nalden’s blog soon turned a profit. This experience proved highly […]

Tom Evans

Evans’ eclectic career in advertising marks him out as one of the more adventurous agency creatives on the UK scene. In 1999, he co-founded Mook, one of the first wave of pioneering digital agencies. Spells at SapientNitro, Being and TBWA (as ECD) followed as well as a 10-month stint as Brand Communications Director at clothing […]

Steve Vranakis

The point at which technology and creativity meet has been the space where Steve Vranakis has worked since the early 1990s when he helped launch Canada’s first internet service provider. Since then he has worked in digital, design and advertising agencies all over the world – now based in London, he has helped to establish Google […]

Tom Rainsford

In a sea of mobile phone networks that are virtually indistinguishable, giffgaff offers something different. Instead of binding customers into long contracts, it attempts to build loyalty by a no-fuss approach and by promoting a sense of community amongst its users. BELOW: giffgaff’s Halloween spot This message is communicated via a playful and surprising marketing […]

Lee Schuneman

Lee Schuneman heads up one of the more exciting and intriguing design and creative studios in the UK. With its mix of artists, designers and creative technologists, Lift London helps develop future thinking about how people will interact with Microsoft’s services and devices. This includes work on Microsoft Cloud, Surface, Mobile, Web and, perhaps most […]

Adam Roberts

Based in the City of London, Samsung Design Europe was set up in 2000 as the electronics giant’s first design centre outside Korea. Roberts joined in 2002 and now oversees a team of designers that encompasses user experience design, graphic design, graphic user interface design, prototyping and motion design. Their work spans Samsung’s product range, […]

one of the 2016 creative leaders 50 selected by creative review

Bethany Koby

Bethany Koby founded Tech Will Save Us with her husband, artist and maker Daniel Hirschmann, in 2012. She was previously a design director at Wolff Olins and a designer at Fabrica and as CEO, is responsible for driving growth and building the company’s profile. Tech Will Save Us creates DIY gadget kits which teach users […]

one of the 2016 creative leaders 50 selected by creative review

Tim Malbon

Tim Malbon is a founding partner of Made by Many, a digital product innovation and strategy company based in London and New York. Made by Many has created websites and interactive experiences for ITV, Burberry and Universal as well as not-for-profits and start-ups and in the past five years, it has designed several innovative products for education, […]


Milton Keynes