Data Professional of the Year Nominations

We want your help in finding the Data Professional of the Year – the data hero who has made the greatest contribution to the data marketing world, either within their own businesses, the industry, or by peerless innovation.

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The Data Strategy Awards 2013 sees the Data Professional of the Year category reintroduced and will involve the industry in bestowing this prestigious honour.

We are looking for nominations of brand executives along with compelling reasons why they should be placed on a shortlist for the award.

We will be accepting nominations up until Friday 21 September and then will be asking you to vote on an winner from the shortlist soon afterward. The shortlist will be compiled by the Marketing Week editorial team from the nominations and will be based on the following criteria: quality of work, innovation and overall contribution to the data marketing industry.

It is free to make a nomination – you simply have to give three key reasons why you think the person deserves the award. You can make a nomination by clicking here.

There are plenty of other categories in the awards and the deadline for entries is 9 October. You can learn more here.

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