Looking for Marketing’s 30 Under 30

Know a rising star who's poised to take over the marketing industry? Nominate them!

Marketing is set to crown its next crop of Canada’s top 30 marketers, creatives, media strategists, PR pros and others of the persuasion profession under the age of 30. In the past, our picks have gone on to to fill the president seat at a major agency, ink an international deal for a game changing mobile technology and serve on Marketing‘s own awards juries.

Are you a young gun worthy of the list? Or do you know an over-achieving millennial who excels in their respective field of marketing?

Download the nomination form and send it to us. Put “Top 30 Under 30 Nomination” as the subject line.

UPDATE: Nominations for the class of 2014 will now be accepted until July 11 (extended from July 4).

If you have any questions about this year’s Top 30 Under 30, send us an e-mail.

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