PRWeek's '29 under 29' now open for nominations

PRWeek's annual search for the best, brightest and most inspirational young talent in the PR industry, the 29 under 29, is now open.

29 under 29: open for nominations
29 under 29: open for nominations

We are accepting nominations for candidates from either in-house or agency backgrounds, who currently work within the UK PR industry and will be under 29 years old on 30 May 2011. Candidates may not nominate themselves.

The final 29 will be chosen by a panel of senior PR practitioners and 2011’s 29 under 29 will be revealed in a special PRWeek feature later this year.

Nominations must be submitted by email and contain: the nominee's age and date of birth; current role; contact details; and 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 400 words.

The deadline is Friday 2 September.

Entries should be emailed to: 29under29@haymarket.com

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