30 Under 30 People’s Choice Leader Stumbles Just Hours Before Entries Close!

30 Under 30 People’s Choice Leader Stumbles Just Hours Before Entries Close!
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The race to be crowed the people’s champion at B&T’s 30 Under 30 Awards has had more drama than an episode of The Bold and the Beautiful, with yet another lead change on the final turn.

Our statisticians have counted over 25,900 votes for the People’s Choice category so far, and their estimates are predicting a late flurry today, as VOTING CLOSES AT 5PM!

If you want to help get your fave contender over the line, click here.

Remember, you can select as many candidates as you wish to win, but you can only vote once.

The People’s Choice leaderboard has changed once again, with Google’s James Law knocking Laura Pope from Frucor Beverages out of first place, while Clemenger BBDO’s Lucas Black-Dendle has made his debut in the top 10, and SIXTYFOUR FILMS Ezra Auperle has dropped off the leaderboard altogether.

Here’s our final update of the top 10 before we close the voting lines TODAY at 5PM:

  1. James Law – Google
  2. Laura Pope – Frucor Beverages
  3. Naomi Martin – Society
  4. Greer Lester – The Trade Desk
  5. Lucas Black-Dendle – Clemenger BBDO
  6. Ryan Bonnici – HubSpot
  7. Alex Brezzi – Carat Australia
  8. Jess Roach – NOVA Entertainment
  9. Ken Attard – Vittoria Food & Beverage
  10. Marshall Campbell – TKT Sydney

The winner of the People’s Choice category will be the person who receives the most votes, and will be revealed at the 30 Under 30 Awards event in at Ivy in Sydney on Thursday 27 April. Tickets to the event can be purchased here.

We’ve even thrown in a daytime forum to compliment the awards, called Towards 2030.

You can also check out our shortlist for the 30 under 30 Awards here.

Thanks again to our awesome sponsors and judges for making the whole thing possible.

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