Art Processors CEO appointed to Fast Company Impact Council

Art Processors CEO Mark Nihill giving a speech; pictured at a podium on stage

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In exciting news, Art Processors CEO Mark Nihill is joining the Fast Company Impact Council, an international collective of design and business leaders. 

Best described as a who’s who of global thought leaders, Mark’s appointment to the Impact Council will see him join other visionaries from esteemed brands such as Apple, PayPal, Simon & Schuster and Ogilvy — all of whom have also taken up Council memberships. 

Fast Company Impact Council Member Mark Nihill, CEO, Art Processors

“The Impact Council represents the ideal version of Fast Company’s readers,” says editor-in-chief Brendan Vaughan.“These are some of the more creative, mission-driven people in business, with some of the most original ideas about how to solve big problems and build the future. It is our great pleasure and privilege to bring this community together.” 

This is not the first time Art Processors has been honoured by Fast Company. In 2023, we received the Experience Design award at the Fast Company Innovation by Design awards for From the Sails: Light Years — a Sydney Opera House film and sound experience. 

Fast Company will host its third annual meeting of the Impact Council on June 3 in New York City. Here, members of the Impact Council will share knowledge and discuss this year’s theme, “The intersection of AI and Social Impact.” A collection of experts from within the Impact Council and beyond will discuss this topic from a wide variety of angles — with a consistent focus on practical solutions.

Headquartered in New York City, Fast Company is the only media brand fully dedicated to the vital intersection of business, innovation, and design, engaging the most influential leaders, companies, and thinkers on the future of business.

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