Kudos To The Woolmark Company’s Mitchell Oakley Smith For Being The First 30 Under 30 Entrant!

Kudos To The Woolmark Company’s Mitchell Oakley Smith For Being The First 30 Under 30 Entrant!

We may be quite skilled in the art of being late here at B&T, but that doesn’t mean we can’t give props to those who rise at sparrow’s fart to take care of business.

So, we’d like to give three cheers and a high-10 to Mitchell Oakley Smith (pictured above), editor and global content manager at The Woolmark Company, for beating everyone in getting his 30 Under 30 Awards entry in for 2017.

While the official deadline for submissions closed yesterday at 5pm AEST (don’t say we didn’t warn you), those who missed the boat get once more chance to make amends – but you will incur a late fee.

If you consider yourself a kick-ass creative, a marketing mastermind or an entrepreneurial wizard, and are under the age of 30, get cracking on your entry and submit it here before 5pm (AEST) on Monday 13 March.

This year, we’re running things a little bit differently for the 30 Under 30 Awards, with some new categories being thrown into the mix. Be sure to give the criteria document a good read to learn all about these bad boys.

We’re also hosting the awards a little earlier than usual, with the mammoth shindig taking place at Ivy in Sydney on Thursday 27 April. Tickets to the event can be purchased here.

We’ve even thrown in a daytime forum to compliment the awards, called Towards 2030.

A massive thank you to all our wonderful sponsors and judges for making this event possible.

30 Under 30 Awards sponsor block




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