Wanted: 40 Under 40 Nominations

By Connect Staff, February 13, 2017

Each year, Connect highlights meeting planners, sales managers, chefs, marketers and other professionals who are making an early mark in the association and specialty organization. They are nominated for the annual honor by their peers and colleagues, and we want to know who you think should make this year’s 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. DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS IS MARCH 22, 2017

After all nominations are received, they will be reviewed and evaluated by a team of editors and selected based on references, industry involvement and honors, social media presence and other industry resources. The 40 Under 40 honorees will be featured in an issue of Connect magazine and recognized at Connect Marketplace, the co-located meetings conference and trade show.
 

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Email Editor Matt Swenson at mswenson@connectmmeetings.com with any questions or concerns.

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