The time has come, folks – time to get your arse into gear and submit your entry to B&T’s 30 Under 30 Awards 2017.
Submissions have been coming in thick and fast since we opened the flood gates back in January, but today is D-Day, so if you haven’t yet crafted your entry to this year’s awards, drop everything you’re doing right now and get cracking!
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.
So, if you consider yourself a kick-ass creative, a marketing mastermind or an entrepreneurial wizard, and are under the age of 30, submit your entry to this year’s 30 Under 30 Awards here before 5pm (AEST) today.
However, if you don’t think you’ll have your entry ready in time, don’t stress. We have another deadline (Monday 13 March at 5pm), but you will incur a late fee.
And of course, we wouldn’t be able to put such a fabulous event on again if it wasn’t for the support of our awesome sponsors and judges.
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