The 30 Under 30 Awards – The Winners Announced!

The 30 Under 30 Awards – The Winners Announced!

On Thursday night last week B&T celebrated the achievements of all the up and coming young-guns in the industry at the 30 Under 30 Awards, presented by The Newspaper Works.

With a packed house of almost 400 people in attendance, and many others requesting last minute tickets, the evening – at Sydney’s super-swish NSW Art Gallery – was a rip-roaring success.

Here at B&T we say a massive congratulations to the winners in each of the six categories!

And a huge congrats to all those shortlisted!

Kate Gamble from Resolution Media took out the Grand Prix, and Tanya Moore from Conn3cted nabbed the People’s Choice award.

A huge thank you to all of our sponsors who made the night possible.

Check out below for the full list of winners.

Grand Prix Winner

Kate Gamble – Resolution Media

Advertising/Design

Emily FieldBMF
Simon FowlerBMF
Nicole HetheringtonBMF
Ed HowleyBy All Means
Iain NealieGoogle

 

Digital 

Hayley RoseIsobar
Ryan BeckUpside.Digital
Cyrus RafizadehElite Marketing
Kate GambleResolution Media
Scott NolanDrifter

Marketing & PR 

Lewis ShieldsN2N and Fuel Communications
Heather MaranoHeather Marano Freelance Consulting
Rebecca GibbsMerivale
Vuki VujasinovicSling & Stone
Melody HyndmanMovember Foundation

 

Media 

Liz AndersonFacebook
Heather YoungVice
Zoe LassigNews Corp
Kate McMahonNine
Jessica HunterDaily Mail Australia


Media Agency

Benjamin McInerneyMediaCom
Claire FennerAtomic212
Lachlan SweetMaxus
Allister HercusMEC
Nick ThomasMediaCom

 

Specialist

George PhotiosG Squared Digital Marketing
George PappasG Squared Digital Marketing
Phillip OhrenMindshare
Gina LednyakL&A Social Media
Simon WilliamsDentsu Aegis

 

People’s Choice Award

Tanya Moore – Conn3cted

Photos are coming, so stay tuned!

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