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Meet the 30 Under 30 for 2014

Prepare for the future of the industry

Marketing’s 30 Under 30 are all bright, brilliant, enthusiastic young men and women who’ve already done much in their few years in the business and seem destined for even greater things in the years ahead.

As has been the case since we launched our 30 Under 30 in 2012, the list is entirely an editorial decision. A call for nominations went out in June, generating more than 300 nominations. The editorial team reviewed and researched all of them to determine a (fairly long) shortlist. Each of those finalists provided additional information and contacts. After several long meetings, much discussion and heated debate the final 31 were selected (we cheated this year an picked a business duo, upping our total to 31).

We’ll be publishing profiles of each 30U30 lister over the course of they day, and we encourage you to read up on each one, because there’s a good chance you’ll be seeing them speaking at conferences, leading companies and disrupting the industry in the next few years. You might even find yourself working for one sometime soon.

Marketing30TeaseVisit the 30 Under 30 website to read all 31 profiles.

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