The search is on - PRWeek seeks top UK PR professionals under 30

PRWeek's annual search for the best young talent in the PR industry is now open for entry.

30 under 30: Open for entries
30 under 30: Open for entries

This year we are looking for the best 30 PR professionals under the age of 30.

Candidates can be from an in-house or agency background but must be based in the UK and be under 30 years old on 9 November 2013. Candidates may not nominate themselves.

The final 30 will be chosen by a panel of senior PR practitioners and revealed in the November issue. Submissions should include the nominee’s age; role; contact details; and three reasons why they are one of the UK’s top PR professionals under 30.

Entries must be under 400 words. The deadline is Wednesday 25 September.

Nominate online at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/PRWeek30under30

This will replace the former ‘29 under 29’. After years of complaints from disgruntled 29-year-olds, we have decided to be generous and include them. 

View last year's 29 under 29

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