9 celebrities CRN A-listers would most like to invite to a Zoom party

Doug Woodburn
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We asked 132 UK channel bigwigs who they'd invite to their fantasy Zoom party, and the results are in...

Celebrity: Boris Johnson

Rank: 5

Percentage of A-listers who nominated him: 6%

They include: Roger Whittle, Jigsaw24, Joel Berwitz, boxxe, Pam Blanchard, ICA, Kieran O'Connor, Total

"Well it would be Teams… and it would be Boris Johnson, Donald Trump and Jacinda Ardern. I would want to discuss how they have managed the role of running a country during a crisis. I think we would receive quite the mix of responses and approaches," - James Chadwick, Microsoft

 

Celebrity: Jürgen Klopp

Rank: 4

Percentage of A-listers who nominated him: 8%

They include: Julie O'Hara, Computacenter, Dan Waters, Arrow, Graeme Watt, Softcat, Marc Chang, Block Solutions

"As a crazy Liverpool fan it would have to be Jürgen Klopp, Jordan Henderson and Mo Salah. What a year it has been, so to hear their stories and experience would be a treat indeed," - Ben Boswell D|OPS Digital

 

Celebrity: Donald Trump

Rank: 3

Percentage of A-listers who nominated him: 8%

They include: Helen Slinger, BT, Rafi Razzak, Centerprise, Paul Cubbage, Target Components, Dino Cooper, Viadex

"Trump, Piers Morgan and Boris. What a hoot that would be! The subjects would be honesty and how to help people..." - Graham Jones, Exclusive Networks

 

Celebrity: Elon Musk

Rank: 2

Percentage of A-listers who nominated him: 8%

They include: Simone Hindmarch, Commercial, Darren Hedley, Insight, Kelvin Kirby, Technology Associates

"Elon Musk, David Blaine and Martin Johnson. They're notoriously eccentric and engaging people who excel in areas I find interesting and they have a little bit of unpredictability about them that would make the party memorable," Ian Turbull, Pentesec

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