Influencer co-founders Ben Jeffries and Caspar Lee named in Forbes 30 Under 30

Hester Bates
Mar 17, 2020
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Influencer co-founders Ben Jeffries and Caspar Lee have been named in Forbes’ fifth annual 30 Under 30 list, in the European Media and Marketing category.

Forbes’ famous 30 Under 30 comprises the boldest young visionary leaders from across the globe, who are brashly reinventing business and society. The finalists were chosen following thousands of applications and months of research, before being given the seal of approval by a panel of top judges, including Jo Morrell, Managing Editor at The Telegraph, Tijana Tamburic, Founder of Female Narratives, Nicola Keaney, Managing Editor at ITN Productions and Jim Kite, Global Head of NextTECHnow & Startup Partnerships at Publicis Media.

The final European lists comprise 300 individuals, who are redefining 10 industries across 32 countries. Ben and Caspar were named in the Media and Marketing category, which is defined by Forbes as ‘the new frontier of storytelling’.

A Forbes bio on Ben and Caspar reads:

“A university drop-out, Ben Jeffries started Influencer with his cofounder Caspar Lee in 2017. Their data-driven technology allows brands to build lasting relationships with influencers. Influencer's first investment round on Crowdcube only took 24 hours and the Series A round saw them raise over $3 million. Brands include Apple, Pepsi and McDonalds.”

Check out the full list of 30 Under 30 Media and Marketing finalists here.

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