Celebrating Digital Leaders in Every Sector

The Digital Leaders 100 List launched in 2013 and has become the premier list identifying individuals and teams leading Digital Transformation in the UK. It consists of leaders and organisations who are pioneering change within the public sector, Enterprise, SMEs and Charity Sectors, generated by their peers.

 

Judges

Jacqueline de Rojas CBE

Chair, Digital Leaders & President, techUK

Caron Alexander

Director of Digital Shared Services, DFNI

Theo Blackwell

London CDO

Robin Christopherson MBE

Head of Digital Inclusion, AbilityNet

Simon Hansford

CEO, UKCloud

Russell Haworth

CEO, Nominet

Hazel Hobbs

Director for Strategy & Engagement, GDS

Emma McGuigan

Global CTO, Accenture

Alison McKenzie-Folan

Deputy Chief Executive Director Customer Transformation, Wigan Council

Rachel Neaman

CEO, Corsham Institute

Jack Parsons

CEO, Big Youth Group

Maggie Philbin

CEO, TeenTech

Miguel-Ángel Rodríguez-Sola

McKinsey & Company

Lesley Seary

CEO, LB Islington

Elizabeth Vega

Global CEO, Informed Solutions

Nick Williams

MD Commercial and Consumer, Lloyds Bank

Chris Yiu

Tony Blair Institute

 

2018 Sponsors

Winning the overall Digital Leaders 100 Award in 2015 was a fantastic result for Unilink and has been like a springboard giving the business lift-off to the next level.
Francis ToyeCEO of Unilink

 

FAQs

Who are Digital Leaders?

Digital Leaders is an initiative that has created a shared professional space for senior leadership from different sectors promoting effective, long-term digital transformation. For more information on what we do, visit: http://digileaders.com/about/

What is the DL100 list?

The Digital Leaders 100 list was launched in 2013 as a new way to recognise individuals and organisations who demonstrate a pioneering and sustainable approach to digital transformation across the public, private and non-profit sectors.

How are the winners determined?

Each year, the Digital Leaders’ community, together with the wider digital sector, nominates their favourites across each of 10 categories with 10 available places to create a final list of 100. Our judges shortlist the nominees into a final list of 100 and following the announcement of this list, a public vote is opened to put the 100 names into a final order. The top three in each category are then put in a final order by the judges. The top places in the list and the category winners will be announced on the 21st of June 2018 at an Awards dinner.

Who are the Judges?

Our panel of 16 Judges is independant and cross sector. For the full overview of the panel, please visit:

https://www.digileaders100.com/#judges

Can I contact Judging Panel directly and get feedback on my nomination?

Unfortunately, our Judges are unable to provide feedback on individual nominations.

Are the awards for the organisations or individuals?

Our categories recognise individual, organisation or a service/product. Please refer to the category description for exact details.

When will the DL100 List be announced?

The 6th DL100 list 2018 will be publicly announced in the week 9th April when the public vote will open to put them into order.

When does the public vote open?

The public vote will opens at 7.30pm on the 12th April.

Who can vote?

Anyone can vote so tell your friends and contacts to log onto http://www.digileaders100.com

How do I vote?

Click on the vote button on the website. Register your email address and follow the instructions. The categories appear one at a time and you vote by clicking on the “Tick” under each list member you want to vote for. The “Tick" will go blue when your vote is registered. Once you click the “Tick” the vote is registered and cannot be undone – so take care!

Can I vote for more than one entry in each category?

Yes. You can vote for as many of the 10 finalists in each category as you wish

Can I vote in more than one category?

Yes please. We encourage you to go through each the 10 categories and vote for everyone you feel deserves your support

How many times can I log on and vote?

You can log in and vote as many times as you like. However, our system only allows you to vote once for a specific finalist, per device.

What happens after I submit my vote?

You will receive an email confirmation of your voting registration.

Are votes anonymous?

Yes

When does the public vote close?

Public vote will close at 12 noon (BST) on the 11th May 2018.

When will the category winners be announced?

The top places in the list and the sector winners will be announced at an Awards Dinner on the 21st of June 2018 in Central London.

I have further questions about the DL100 list and awards. Who do I contact?

For any further questions, please contact our Head of Events at Karolina.Daniuk@digileaders.com

 

The Awards would not be possible without the support of our sponsors

This year there are opportunities to sponsor one of the 12 categories, as well as to host your clients and peers during the Awards Gala event. The DL100 event gives our sponsors access to an extensive network of private and public sector organisations, businesses and individuals who are connected by an interest in digital transformation in the UK. The Digital Leaders 100 Awards provide a high-profile platform for companies to achieve significant brand exposure before, during and after the awards event.