One week left to nominate top young talent for PRWeek's 29 under 29

PR agencies and in-house teams have just one week left to nominate their top young talent for PRWeek's 29 under 29 2010.

One week to enter: 29 under 29
One week to enter: 29 under 29

The deadline for nominations for PRWeek’s annual search for the best, brightest and most inspirational PRO’s under the age of 29 is Friday July 16.

Nominees can be from an in-house or agency background. They must currently work within the UK PR industry, and must have been under 29 years of age on 30 May 2010.

Nominations must be submitted by email to cathy.wallace@haymarket.com and contain: the nominee’s date of birth; current role; contact details; and the three reasons why he or she is one of the UK’s top PR practitioners under the age of 29. Entries must be limited to 500 words and candidates cannot nominate themselves.

The final 29 will be chosen by a panel of senior PROs and announced in a feature published in PRWeek in October.

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