Pip Jamieson named one of Creative Review's Creative Leaders 50 of 2017!

  • Pip Jamieson

The Creative Leaders 50 is an annual scheme from Creative Review, in partnership with Workfront, to celebrate, educate and inspire those who are leading creative businesses, organisations and teams.

Creative Review selected 50 people from across the UK creative industries who we feel are driving change, not just within their organisation but in the world at large and Pip Jamieson, our founder, was one of them! Check out the 2017 scheme where Pip features alongside Southbank Centre's Jude Kelly, Pentagrams Marina Willer and Turner prize winning art collective: Assemble.
This pool of 50, which Creative Review add to each year, form the core of their Creative Leaders network. In every issue of Creative Review in print, and online, a dedicated Creative Leaders section draw on their expertise to examine the issues that everyone involved in running creative teams grapples with. Culture, talent, process –all are covered.
Here's how Creative Review introduced Pip;

'After working in marketing for MTV in both Australia and New Zealand, Jamieson co-founded The Loop, designed to be a more creative-minded version of LinkedIn, in 2009. In 2014, she swapped Australia for a houseboat in London’s Kings Cross and founded a new platform for creatives, The Dots, with a mission to connect 1 million creators and freelancers to commercial opportunities by 2018'
Find out more about all of the other amazing leaders here.