Hear from Fortune 500 brands that have been forced to pivot as consumer preferences evolve, as well as entrepreneurs building brands from scratch to meet new consumer needs. This event peels apart the layers of brand building with a carefully crafted roster of top marketing, technology, and creative leaders.Learn more
Do you know someone under the age of 40 who you think should be recognized for accomplishments in the worlds of marketing, media or advertising? We want to know. The nomination form can be found here, but hurry, because submissions end March 1.
This could be the brand manager who has launched a successful new product; the data whiz who has come up with an inventive way to find marketing insights; the programmatic genius; the up-and-coming creative; the media star who has reinvented a medium or has significantly contributed to a successful new program.
This list recognizes the paradigm breakers, smart thinkers and thought leaders who are really making a difference and who are tipped to climb company ladders. The goal is to identify the people who are reshaping marketing and making important contributions to a company or business and the accomplishments cited must be within calendar year 2015.
Please be as specific as possible in your nominations.
This year's class will join an elite group that has included over the years 360i CEO Sarah Hofstetter; Dustee Tucker Jenkins, senior VP-communications, Target; Gatorade General Manager Brett O'Brien;Wieden & Kennedy Exec Creative Director Jaime Robinson; and WPP Chief Digital Officer Scott Spirit. Last year's list can be found here.
The class of 2016 will be honored in Ad Age on March 21.