Nominations Open for the 2019 Class of 40 Under 40
Each year, Connect Corporate is honored to name our 40 Under 40. In doing so, we highlight event planners, sales managers, chefs, marketers and other professionals who are making an early mark in the corporate meetings industry. They are nominated for the annual honor by their peers and colleagues, and we want to know who you think should make the list. If you know someone under the age of 40 who is already compiling an impressive list of accomplishments or has dedicated his or her time and energy to the meetings industry, nominate the person for this special honor.
They can be:
… or any superlative that doesn’t start with an “I.”
The deadline to submit is Dec. 14, 2018.
Know anyone who fits the bill? Fill out the nomination form below. (If you have difficulties with the form, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.)
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