Winners Revealed For B&T’s 30 Under 30 Awards!

Winners Revealed For B&T’s 30 Under 30 Awards!
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This is it – the announcement you’ve all been waiting for. Just who was crowned the industry’s best young talent at our 30 Under 30 Awards for 2017? Read on to find out…

With more than 450 people in attendance, the event – held at the Ivy in Sydney – was a rip-roaring success once again.

This year, we ran things a little bit differently, offering 10 categories instead of six, but before we give a massive congratulations to the winners of each, we want to say a big thank you to those who entered, and give those who were shortlisted a pat on the back. Big thanks also to all our lovely sponsors and judges who helped make the 30 Under 30 Awards possible for another year.

Google had much to cheer about on the night, with its very own Shane Treeves and James Law taking home the Grand Prix and People’s Choice awards respectively.

Check out the full list of winners by category below.

Creative

Chloe Saintilan, TBWA Sydney

Jackson Harper, Clemenger BBDO

Kiah Nicholas, Host

Entrepreneur

Alex Zaccaria, Bolster

Genevieve Clay-Smith, Taste Creative and Bus Stop Films

Jay Wright, Search Insights

Journalist/Producer

Jamie-Leigh Mason, News Corp Australia

Rosie Squires, Australian Radio Network

Shari Nementzik, Bauer Media

Marketing

Amy Zancanaro, Westpac Group

Duncan McGrath, Google

Emily Tutt, Australian Hearing

Media Planner/Buyer

Ashleigh Hall, Atomic 212°

Katie McElroy, Zenith Media

Tobias Young, UM

PR

Priscilla Truong, Ogilvy PR Melbourne

Shane Treeves, Google Australia/ Google Asia-Pacific

Soraya Calavassy, Neon Black

Project Manager

Jessica Westgate, Nova 96.9

Maddy Cunich , MediaCom

Olivia Warren, Initiative

Sales/Account Manager

Jason Echo, Nine Entertainment Co.

Stephanie Sier, News Corp

Tahlia Phillips, CONCRETE PLAYGROUND

Strategy

Andrew Hardeman, Carat

Bryan Wilmot, Leo Burnett

Krish Raja, Nine

Tech

Alexander Concannon , Maxus

Nicola Helper, Hyland Media/ Programmatic Media

Sebastian Collins, Xaxis

Grand Prix

Shane Treeves, Google Australia/ Google Asia-Pacific

People’s Choice

James Law, Google

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