Vote for Data Professional of the Year

It’s time to vote for the Data Professional of the Year, so join in and help recognise the achievements of a data marketing champion.

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With the help of Marketing Week readers we have drawn up a shortlist of worthy candidates for the prestigious title Data Professional of The Year.

The list is as follows:

Chris Duncan, Director of Customer Sales, News International

Chris Gobby, Head of Insight and Intelligence, Mobile Media and Advertising, Everything Everywhere

Alex Hardy, CMI Director, UK and Ireland, Unilever

John Heath, Senior Data Analyst, Chelsea Football Club

Dan McBeth, Operations Project Manager – Global, Quintessentially UK Ltd

Darren Robertson, Digital Communications Officer, Action for Children

It’s a simple voting process, just click here to read a brief biography of the candidates and then vote. Join in, encourage your colleagues to vote and let’s make this award a truly meaningful tribute to great marketing practitioners.

The deadline for voting is 9 October, which is also the closing date for entries to the Data Strategy Awards. Click here to learn more about the categories.

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