30 Under 30

Thirty Under 30: The best and brightest young direct marketers

Thirty Under 30: The best and brightest young direct marketers

The annual Direct Marketing News' Thirty Under 30 feature honors the brightest and most ambitious young talent in the direct marketing field. Nominated by their managers and peers and selected by our editors from among nearly 70 entries, these young superstars have achieved impressive professional milestones by their 30th birthdays.

30 direct marketers under 30

30 direct marketers under 30

DMNews gathered the best and the brightest young superstars in the direct, database and interactive marketing industry for its second annual 30 Under 30 feature. These successful up-and-comers were judged on their ability to initiate change, drive growth and achieve measurable results for their companies and clients. While these honored executive are not ranked per se, the top 10 we feel are particularly innovative standouts who deserve special mention.

30 under 30: The young and the restless in DM

30 under 30: The young and the restless in DM

DMNews gathered the best and brightest 'whiz-kids' in the industry to present its first-ever "30 under 30" list

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