Deadline extended for PRWeek '30 under 30' entries

The deadline has been extended to Tuesday 1 October for PRWeek's annual search for the best young talent in the PR industry.

30 under 30: Entry deadline extended
30 under 30: Entry deadline extended

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 of PRWeek.

Submissions should include the age of the nominee; role; contact details; and three reasons why they are one of the UK’s top PR professionals under 30. Entries must be submitted in less than 400 words.

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. 

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