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CUBE CEO Duncan Cook Honoured In BIMA100 Awards

We’re delighted to announce that Duncan Cook, 3 SIDED CUBE’s Group CEO has been included in this year’s BIMA100 hot list. The team are thrilled that Dunc can take all the credit for our hard work represent the CUBES and deserves the induction for his continued strive to pioneer the mobile sector.


Duncan Cook BIMA 100

The prestigious list is put together by the British Interactive Media Association to highlight the top 100 professionals who are shaping the future of Britain’s digital industry.

Duncan is featured specifically for his passion for being an ‘Agent For Change’ an individual who is pushing boundaries and encouraging innovation for brands and businesses.

As CEO, Duncan founded 3 SIDED CUBE to ‘Build Tech For Good’. He’s always been a leader inspired by impact and not by numbers (don’t tell our accountants!) he has pushed for the team to create award-winning life-saving apps for clients including RNLI, IFRC and Mind.

It’s an honour to be included in BIMA’s top 100, and a privilege to be highlighted for the great work the whole team deliver to make organisations think differently about important issues.

Duncan Cook, Group CEO

Duncan’s vision to change the way people donate blood saw The American Red Cross revolutionise the donation process into a digital system that has created over $70million of revenue.

In recognition for his drive to improve global disaster preparedness, he was invited to The White House to present the agency’s work on the world’s largest alerting app which saves millions of lives in areas affected by tornados, earthquakes and other natural disasters every day.

Our suite of preparedness apps has now been downloaded more than 10 million times by users all around the world.

The whole team is very proud that Duncan’s vision for shaking things up and driving innovation have been recognised.

Well done Captain Cook!

Published on May 10, 2017, last updated on February 24, 2020

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