Are you a glamorous marketer?

Just a quick reminder, readers: the closing date for the Diary’s competition in conjunction with The Daily Telegraph to find the most glamorous figure in marketing is October 30.

So, if you missed last week’s Diary, please e-mail your nominations, along with pictures of his/her glamorous behaviour both at work and outside work to nicki.sheperd@telegraph.co.uk.

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