The Creative Industries Council nominated 10 people for its first Cross-Industry Collaboration Award. The winner, film entrepreneur Andy Serkis, is profiled here along with other nominees.
The founder of the legendary Glastonbury Festival.
More about Asif Kapadia, the film-maker behind the documentaries, Senna, and AMY, and nominee for the 2015 CIC Cross-Industry Collaboration Award.
As Artistic Director of the Southbank Centre, Jude Kelly has transformed the London arts venue.
Designer Stella McCartney pulled off a sporting and fashion coup with her 2012 Team GB kit, and has been re-hired for the Rio Olympic designs.
At Land Rover, Gerry McGovern is leading the team creating models for a new generation of international customers.
Information on Andrew Miller, former chief executive of Guardian Media Group, and nominee for the first CIC Cross-Industry Collaboration Award.
Actor turned director and tech pioneer, Andy Serkis is at the heart of the UK's booming film-making business.
Digital Theatre Group, co-founded by Tom Shaw, is a pioneer in creating new ways to experience theatre and performance via digital technology.
From the creative educational sector, Prof. Geoff Smith of Falmouth University has made the shortlist.
As artistic director of the Old Vic, Kevin Spacey won praise for reviving the south London theatre.
Hear why the h.Club 100 awards are an important celebration of UK creativity and entrepreneurship.
A visual round-up of the 2015 h.Club 100 Awards, including the first ever Creative Industries Council award for cross-industry collaboration.