B&T’s 30 Under 30 Awards People’s Choice Is Back & Open For Voting!

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Entries for B&T‘s 30 Under 30 Awards 2020 have now closed. We did warn you it was coming!

It is, of course, sad news for those who missed out. It’s happy news, however, for those who entered on time because voting for the People’s Choice award is now open.

Arguably one of the most exciting parts about B&T‘s 30 Under 30, the People’s Choice is exactly what it sounds like – the entrant with the most votes (from anyone and everyone) will win the coveted People’s Choice gong at the awards in April.

Last year’s winner – Jake Lyme from LIDA (feature image) – was able to nab the award due to some very cunning hacking work. While we’re not saying be like Jake, almost anything goes (just no hacking please – try be creative with how you secure your votes!) In fact, if we catch you cheating, you may find yourself disqualified.

Get sharing on social media, bribing and calling in favours to get as many votes as you can.

You can VOTE HERE for as many people as you like, but you can only vote on the poll once. After that, it disappears into cyberspace forever.

Voting for the People’s Choice category will close Monday 6th of April 2020.

The winner will be the person who receives the most votes (obviously) and will be revealed at the 30 Under 30 Awards on Thursday 23 April 2020.

Tickets for the awards (to see your People’s Choice vote win) are now available here, and this year the awards will be held at The Metro Theatre.

And a big thanks to all our lovely sponsors this year!

 

 

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  • Robert Lloyd 2 years ago

    but what if you bribe someone to hack?

  • Ally Burnie 2 years ago

    Nice try Robert, but that’s a hard no from us.

  • Jake Lyme 2 years ago

    If anyone wants help on some creative ways to get votes, sing out. Much experience.

  • Ally Burnie 2 years ago

    Such a generous offer, Jake!

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