The Drum’s annual 30 Under 30 Women in Digital is now open for entries, and we are calling on the digital industries to put forward the trailblazers helping to drive growth in the sector.
Last year Kate Day, The Telegraph's social media and engagement editor, topped the list, and we are looking to find which women in creative, strategic, marketing, development and technical roles will make this year’s list.
Our regular Women in Digital series focuses on successful, influential women who have acted as digital role models, inspiring others and paving the way for a generation of new talent. The 30 Under 30 list looks to celebrate this arena of talent.
As usual, those who made last year’s list are not eligible for entry this year, as we look to promote as many women in the digital industry as possible, but all are being contacted to participate and help The Drum establish the 2013 list.
If you feel you know a woman aged under 30 who is a future role model, make sure to nominate them in the survey below.
Nominations will be open until Thursday 22 August.