The rising stars that make up this year’s group of honorees represent the bright future of the PR industry.
These stellar communications pros demonstrate the talent, drive and leadership chops to steer the PR industry through its next generation of evolution and disruption.
These standout communications professionals are ready to lead the industry into the future by embracing innovative strategies and sharing their expertise with others starting out in PR.
The next generation of communicators is changing the face of the industry.
As PR continues to evolve and grow, a new generation of leaders is stepping forward to answer the industry's toughest questions and redefine the marcomms sector.
With PR and communications forging a bigger and more strategic role on the marcomms stage, these innovators in creativity and influence are ideally positioned to guide the industry toward a new horizon.
Young PR pros, who get results, never settle for second best, and represent the future of communications
When it comes to being an influential leader, innovator, and pioneer in PR, age is just a number. PRWeek profiles 40 MVPs under 40, nominated by colleagues and peers, who are evolving the comms industry to new heights.
PRWeek profiles 40 dynamic individuals under the age of 40 who are leading the charge for the next generation of communicators.
Some say life begins at 40, but many PR professionals have already blazed a trail through the communications industry.
You don't need to have been in PR that long to make a lasting impact. PRWeek identifies the industry's rising stars.
Decades of experience aren't a requirement for success in the PR industry.
PRWeek takes a look at young industry professionals who demonstrate the powerful future of the industry.
In this special, PRWeek's editorial team profiles 40 PR professionals under the age of 40 who have accomplished much in their relatively short careers, indicating there are even greater things to come
In this first-ever special, PRWeek's editorial team looks across agencies, corporations, and nonprofits to profile 40 professionals under the age of 40 who demonstrate innovative thinking, strong determination, and results that indicate a long and successful career in the PR industry.