The channel is a sector with a healthy number of colourful personalities and egos, so last year CRN launched its annual publication, the CRN A-List – a guide to the movers and shakers who help to make the channel such an exciting place to work. The CRN A-List is quite simply the best of the best in the UK IT channel. It is a thought-provoking insight into the elite who run, manage and lunch their way around the channel on a daily basis.
This guide contains the lives, loves and favourite karaoke song of many of the channel’s most influential executives. The CRN editorial team have spent much of this year mulling over who should be in the second annual CRN A-List. To make it for a second year was by no means a certainty for many, and while we tried to include as many of the channel personalities as possible, this list is not exhaustive. Congratulations if you made it for the first time – a sign you really have made it. Equal congratulations if this is your second time, staying at the top is no mean feat.
This year there is a new addition to the A-List. CRN has created the A-List game cards, which are played in a similar manner to the Top Trumps card game. A-Listers can be pitted against one another on topics as varied as the car they drive to the number of beers they can drink before they fall over. You will receive your cards at the CRN Channel Awards event.
In our fast-paced environment, A-Listers evolve. If you think you deserve to be on the A-List, you can fill in this form and we'll consider you for next time.
If you want to comment directly on the list, you can do so using the Reader Comment section underneath each entry. So go on - have your say!
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