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Do you have young members in your team you would like to reward for their hard work? Perhaps they have successfully implemented an innovative marketing plan, have increased digital engagement with your audience or organised an outstanding industry event?

The FIPP Rising Stars Awards give you the opportunity to recognise these individuals and their achievements on the global stage during the iconic FIPP World Congress, taking place on 9-11 October in London.

The awards are completely free to enter and FIPP are currently calling for entries. More information about entry criteria and the application process can be found here (the closing date for applications is 5 June 2017). 

From the shortlisted applicants we will select three winners who will receive a free ticket to the FIPP World Congress including accommodation and travel expenses.

We look forward to receiving your nominations!

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