Marketing’s 30 Under 30 – call for nominations

Hey you… with the youthful exuberance. Put down that audacious entitlement. Marketing wants to crown Canada’s top 30 creatives, media strategists, PR pros, marketers and others of the persuasion profession under the age of 30. Our Top 30 Under 30 will celebrate the industry’s young guns who excel in their respective fields, give back to […]

Hey you… with the youthful exuberance. Put down that audacious entitlement.

Marketing wants to crown Canada’s top 30 creatives, media strategists, PR pros, marketers and others of the persuasion profession under the age of 30.

Our Top 30 Under 30 will celebrate the industry’s young guns who excel in their respective fields, give back to their community and otherwise showcase the power of marketing in Canada.

Nominations for the Class of 2012 can be found at MarketingMag.ca/30/ and will be accepted until July 3. Winners (and their earned-media profiles) will be featured in our September 2012 issue.

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