PRWeek reveals judging panel for this year's 29 under 29

Senior comms operators from Prudential, Sky Arts, Ogilvy and Leeds Metropolitan University will judge this year's 29 under 29, PRWeek can reveal.

Nominations open: 29 under 29
Nominations open: 29 under 29

The annual search for the best young talent in the PR industry was launched last week.

Candidates can be from an in-house or agency background but must be based in the UK and be under 29 years old on 1 October 2012. Candidates may not nominate themselves.

The final 29 will be chosen by this year’s judges: Prudential’s director of group public affairs and policy Miles Celic, Ogilvy UK MD Michael Frohlich, Professor Anne Gregory, director of the Centre for Public Relations Studies at Leeds Metropolitan University and former '29 under 29er' Katherine Solomon, PR manager, Sky Arts.

Nominations must be submitted online at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/PRWeek29under29

The deadline is Monday 15 October. 

Submissions should include: the nominee's age; 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. 

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