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Last chance to nominate your rising stars for the 30 Under 30 Awards

30 Under 30
Jotham Lian
23 September 2019 — 1 minute read

Nominations for the inaugural Accountants Daily 30 Under 30 Awards close this week, with young accounting professionals reminded to put their entries in.

SMSF Adviser sister title Accountants Daily, together with principal partner MYOB, encourages young accounting professionals to get their submissions in before this Friday’s deadline.

The inaugural Accountants Daily 30 Under 30 Awards recognises a distinct group of talent and personalities that are forming under the age of 30, and hopes to celebrate their success at a five-star gala dinner in Sydney on 5 December.


The 30 Under 30 Awards recognises young achievers across 15 categories including audit, consulting, tax, mergers and acquisitions, restructuring and insolvency, and more.

You can learn more about the benefits of the program for your business and career, as well as how to enter your submission, here.

The national awards program is free to enter and presents an exceptional opportunity for the rising stars in the accounting industry to showcase their achievements as well as recognise their firm’s excellence and dedication to the industry.

The event, which promises to be sold out, will provide an opportunity for rising stars to network with other like-minded high achievers as well as provide a platform for finalists and winners to be recognised on a national scale.

You can find out more about the awards program, including how to nominate yourself or a colleague or friend for free, here.

Last chance to nominate your rising stars for the 30 Under 30 Awards
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