If you haven’t gotten your entry in for B&T‘s 30 Under 30 Awards, the time is now! How can you win if you don’t enter?
We’re on the hunt for the most determined, talented and innovative young guns in the industry, and you could be one of them.
But only if you enter the B&T 30 Under 30 Awards, stat!
Entries are closing this Friday, so make sure you get your ducks in a row before then. You can download the entry criteria here (so you don’t mess it up).
FYI, if you’re not under 30 on the night of the awards (April 12), you cannot enter. We don’t care what anti-ageing cream you’re using.
If you are eligible to enter, you can be at any point in your career. You could be just starting out or already in a leadership position, but these awards champion those people that go above and beyond the call of duty in the daily working lives, and demonstrate excellence and a vital contribution to their current employer and their determination and desire to progress their careers.
If that’s you (we know it is, don’t be shy), great! Enter right here.
But be sure to save your entry in a Word doc first, in case so many of you serial procrastinators jump onto the awards portal at the last minute and it crashes. It’s better to be safe than sorry!
Three outstanding individuals will be recognised for their achievements in each of the 10 categories, as well as a Grand Prix Award for the most influential individual overall. All entrants will also be a part of the People’s Choice poll, to be opened after entries are closed.
So again, entries close this Friday February 23. Mark that date down.
If you’re an aforementioned serial procrastinator, late entries close the week after, on Friday March 2.
With all that bold font, surely you won’t forget.
This year, the 30 Under 30 Awards will be held on Thursday 12 April at the SMC Conference & Function Centre in Sydney.
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