Forget about work today! By 5pm Sydney time the online poll for the B&T 30 Under 30 People’s Choice Award will be slammed shut like the proverbial clam protecting its pearl.
On Monday we had a new leader of the pack, a Mr Kane Reiken who hails from Daily Mail Australia.
However, since his plight to first place an extra 2500 votes have come swarming in to shake things up. Anything can happen, as we saw with last year’s contest. Tanya Moore, who then worked at digital agency Conn3ted utilised all the social skills she had and zoomed ahead at the very last second, surprising even us at the swag of votes that rained in.
Could the same happen this year? Who will be win the coveted People’s Choice prize at this year’s B&T 30 Under 30 Awards?
If you haven’t voted yet, you can do so right here.
And a massive shout out to all the amazing 90 hopefuls shortlisted for the B&T 30 Under 30 Awards. The talent of this industry is astounding and the tricky job our judges had to whittle down the list from 200 plus entries is testament to the calibre.
Thank you to all of our wonderful sponsors who helped make this event possible, including our principal sponsor that rebranded only yesterday, NewsMediaWorks.
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