theNativeSociety seeks out marketing stars

theNativeSociety seeks out 30 rising stars aged 30 and under in advertising and marketing

 

Oliver Estreich is undoubtedly one of the people who makes things happen in New York and with the announcement of his theNativeSociety’s 30 under 30 in advertising and marketing awards, he has yet again shown himself to be at the forefront of spotting the rising stars of that sector.

 

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Oliver Estreich is the founder of theNativeSociety

 

The awards, which are open to individuals aged 30 and under from across the world, will be judged by Miles Young, the CEO of Ogilvy & Mather alongside PadillaCRT co-founder Patrice Tanaka, Deutsch North America CEO Linda Sawyer, 360i chairman Bryan Wiener and Publicis Worldwide North American chairman Susan Gianinno.

 

The qualities that entrants will be judged on are set out in full here but in summary, theNativeSociety is looking for individuals who show “exemplary leadership, creativity, passion and a desire to make a difference in their professional and personal lives”.

 

Applications should be submitted to 30under30@thenativesociety.com by 10th January 2015. Finalists will be announced on 21st January 2015.

 

 

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3 COMMENTS

  1. How to succeed in business without really trying generation, no hard toil necessary, no door to door sales necessary. The death of the old salesman. The computer knows better…….

  2. The biggest star in terms of someone who has marketed themselves to the point of iconic status in my view has to be Cara Delevingne.

  3. Oliver Estreich certainly makes things happen from what I’ve read on these pages previously. This sounds like a good contest and he has chosen a good roster of judges.

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