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Final entries due midnight Friday These next two days could shape your career The deadline for enter

Final entries due midnight Friday [View web version]( [Mumbrella neXt awards]( [Submit a last-minute entry today]( These next two days could shape your career The deadline for entering the Mumbrella neXt Awards is this Friday. These awards honour professionals who have been in the industry for 10 years or less. Age doesn’t matter - what counts is the impact made on the business and what you’ve achieved and contributed in your career-defining years within the industry. In an industry that is ever evolving, nimble, cutting-edge and demanding, recognising top talent and the future leaders of this industry is imperative. [Final entries due Friday]( The entry process couldn't be easier. A self shot two-minute video (production values are not scored), 500 word written piece and testimonials is all it takes. Get behind your team or back yourself. With just two days to go until entries close, now is the perfect time to start shouting about your achievements. Who knows what a simple entry could lead to? Take a sneak peek at just some of the jury members already confirmed for live judging day. [LET'S DO THIS]( THE FIRST JURY MEMBERS CONFIRMED Stay tuned, there's more coming very soon... LARA THOM Global CMO, Guzman y Gomez BRENT SMART CMO, IAG LISA RONSON CMO, Coles JOSH GRACE CMO, Samsung JEREMY NICHOLAS Marketing Executive & Chief Brand Officer, Telstra LAURA HALBERT Head of Brand & Marketing, ANZ DANIEL GERVAIS Head of Marketing - ANZ, Airbnb NICOLE PAPOUTSIS Head of Brand and Marketing, Genea YOU'VE NEARLY MISSED THE BOAT Which areas do you excel in? Submit your entries right away CREATIVE AGENCY TALENT PR TALENT MEDIA AGENCY TALENT SPECIALIST AGENCY TALENT EVENTS TALENT ENTREPRENEURIAL TALENT BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT MARKETING TECHNOLOGY TALENT COMMERCIAL TALENT MARKETERS COMMUNITY MANAGERS VIDEO PRODUCERS CONTENT MARKETERS [REVIEW ENTRY CRITERIA]( [HERE'S WHAT TO EXPECT]( [READY TO START YOUR ENTRY? CLICK HERE]( NEED TO KNOW Awards Ceremony Tuesday, December 10 The Chauvel Cinema Final award entries close at midnight on Friday [ENTER WHILE YOU CAN]( SPONSOR [National Institute of Dramatic Art]( VENUE SPONSOR [The Chauvel Cinema]( SUPPORTERS [DVM Law]( [Unltd]( Mumbrella | 46-48 Balfour Street Chippendale NSW 2008 Australia This email was sent to {EMAIL}. You are receiving this email because you are subscribed to the Mumbrella Daily newsletter. If you do not​ wish to receive any communication about Mumbrella Events, please [unsubscribe](here ​to update your preferences​. Facebook LinkedIn Twitter

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