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
|Ed Howley||By All Means|
|Cyrus Rafizadeh||Elite Marketing|
|Kate Gamble||Resolution Media|
Marketing & PR
|Lewis Shields||N2N and Fuel Communications|
|Heather Marano||Heather Marano Freelance Consulting|
|Vuki Vujasinovic||Sling & Stone|
|Melody Hyndman||Movember Foundation|
|Zoe Lassig||News Corp|
|Jessica Hunter||Daily Mail Australia|
|George Photios||G Squared Digital Marketing|
|George Pappas||G Squared Digital Marketing|
|Gina Lednyak||L&A Social Media|
|Simon Williams||Dentsu Aegis|
People’s Choice Award
Tanya Moore – Conn3cted
Photos are coming, so stay tuned!
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