Call for nominations for PRWeek's 2011 Powerbook

PRWeek is inviting nominations for inclusion in the def­initive 'who's who' of the industry, the 2011 Power Book.

PRWeek calls for nominations for Power Book 2011
PRWeek calls for nominations for Power Book 2011

For the first time, nominations of individuals from both PR consultancies and in-house comms teams are invited.
Nominees must demonstrably be within the top one per cent of the UK PR industry, command significant budgets and managing clients and teams at the very top level. They must currently work as a PR professional and be based in the UK.
Nominations must be sent to powerbook.2011@haymarket.com by 28 January and include name, email and telephone number of nominee, and three reasons why they should be included, in less than 200 words. No pictures or attachments can be accepted.

Nomination does not guarantee inclusion and the final decision of who to include in PowerBook 2011 rests with the PRWeek editorial team. No correspondence can be entered into.

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