Alright all you Adlanders out there, we can see from our analytical metrics that you’re all pretty keen on seeing who’s entered B&T’s 30 Under 30, presented by The Newspaper Works, as well as going into a clicking frenzy to get colleagues, or yourself, on the 30 Under 30 map.
Voting for the People’s Choice award closes Thursday May 21 so best get cracking before then.
So far more than 2000 people have delved their way through the 192 applicants in six different categories to vote for their favourites, friends or themselves.
Fill out the survey below to vote. It’s a scrolling box so make sure you scroll all the way down to vote for everyone.
If you’re reading this on mobile, click this link to fill out the survey.
Here are the young guns leading the voting so far:
Advertising/Design – Giverny Reid 58 votes
Digital – Jonathan Stiebel 108 votes
Marketing/PR – Jana Karatasas 78 votes
Media – William Jamison 52 votes
Media agency – Elena Giannini 119 votes
Specialist – Rochelle Cooper 78 votes
And here is what’s happening in the voting sphere as of this morning.
Lead image via Shrek blog.
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