The Drum Digerati 2014 opens for nominations: Help us decide the most influential individuals in digital

The Drum is calling for your help to decide who should be in the Digerati, our annual celebration of the 100 most influential individuals in digital.

Between now and 15 August, we want you to tell us who should be highlighted among the leading lights of the industry and why they merit inclusion.

From the strong leaders who have taken their digital businesses to new heights to the unsung heroes innovating behind the scenes, this is your chance to ensure the UK's finest digital marketing talents get the recognition they deserve.

You can nominate up to three people by filling out the form below. Tell us why they are Digerati material by giving us a flavour of their credentials, such as their main achievements over the last 12 months and any extracurricular activity which has made the industry a better place to work.

Your suggestions will be used to form the initial Digerati longlist. We will then turn to an expert independent panel of judges to decide on a shortlist, before a public vote determines the final 100 and the order they should be listed in.

The outstanding individual voted number one will not only head our Digerati, but will also be named Individual of the Year at the Dadi Awards on 1 October.

Your testimonials will inform the judging panel's selections so please be as thorough as possible. One good nomination is all it takes to get your candidate into the Digerati longlist.

The individuals selected for last year's Digerati, which was topped by SapientNitro's Nigel Vaz, have already been included in our initial longlist.

You can nominate up to three individuals until 5pm on Friday 15 August. Use the survey form below or open the survey in a separate page to nominate.

Keep up to date with The Drum Digerati using the Twitter hashtag #TheDrumDigerati.

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