PRWeek's '29 under 29' deadline for nominations 17 July

PR agencies and comms teams have just a week to nominate their hottest young talent to feature in PRWeek's 29 under 29 2009.

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

We are looking for the brightest, most inspirational PR professionals from both agency and in-house backgrounds.

Nominees must have been under 29 years of age on 30 May 2009, and may not nominate themselves.

The final 29 will be chosen by a panel of senior PR practitioners and academics.

Email nominations to cathy.wallace@haymarket.com with the words '29 under 29' in the subject title. The email must contain: the nominee's age, current role, contact details and three reasons why he or she is one of the UK's top PR professionals under the age of 29.

Entries must not exceed 500 words and must be received by July 17.

Agencies and in-house teams can nominate as many members of their teams as they wish, providing nominees are aged under 29.

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