The #Progress1000 is the Evening Standard’s celebration of the people changing London’s future for the better. The theme this year is The future and technology, embracing whole new sectors including augmented and virtual reality and cybersecurity, as well as a wide range of activists challenging inequality and helping the environment.
And we are incredibly proud to share the GOOD’s CEO and co-founder, Chris Norman is part of this prestigious list as one of the 25 most influential Londoners in media, digital, advertising and marketing.
I really pleased that the work we have been doing over the last 25 years has been recognised. Good is needed more than ever to help brands stay relevant by having a positive impact of society and the environment.
The names are curated by the Evening Standard editorial team led by Editor George Osborne, who said: “This year’s list is a celebration of the talent, diversity and energy of a future-facing London. Here are all the movers and shakers in our great capital. Prepare to be surprised!”
You can see the full list here.