30 under 30 deadline nears

LONDON - Media's most talented young professionals have just two weeks to enter Media Week's 30 under 30 competition before the closing date of 8 July.

Judges are looking for the 30 most talented young professionals working in commercial media, based on evidence of career success such as project leadership, new business wins, and effective campaign planning.

The winners, to be announced on 29 July, will automatically form the shortlist for the Rising Star category at this year's Media Week Awards on 30 October.

The competition is open to agencies, media owners and clients, but entrants may not have reached their 30th birthday by 29 July 2008.

Applications can be downloaded from www.mediaweek.co.uk or requested from harriet.dennys@haymarket.com.

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