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The search is on: Drapers' 30 under 30

Are you aged 30 or under, work at a fashion brand or retailer, and brilliant at what you do? Or do you know someone that is? Well, we’re looking for the fashion industry’s next generation of talent and we want to hear from you.

The search is on for Drapers’ 30 under 30, 2014. We’re looking for people aged 30 and under with a proven track record and who have made a difference to the businesses they have worked for and in the roles that they have held. You can come from a number of disciplines, including buying, merchandising, design, pattern cutting, work as a garment technologist, in retail/store operations, sales, marketing, or in a digital capity. If you’re not sure if you, or the person that you want to nominate is eligible, then just get in touch to ask.

We’re open for nominations until November 6, and all we need is the name of the person being nominated, date of birth, job title and the name of the business they work at, and the reason why they should be nominated. If you are nomating yourself, then please also send in your CV. All eligible entries will be considered by Drapers’ editorial team, and the chosen 30 will be featured in our Next Generation supplement on January 11.

So get your thinking caps on, consider who in your team or business really deserves to be part of our 30 under 30, and let us know. Equally, if you’re great and our list wouldn’t be complete without you, then get in touch.

Please send all nominations to me at james.knowles@emap.com

 

 

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