The 30 Under 30

Identify the next generation of insight leaders.

The 2022 Significant Insights Global 30 Under 30 list is now open for nominations!

Including new judges from the likes of Netflix, FC Bayern München, Kantar, Cint, Nike and The Coca-Cola Company.

Help identify the next generation of global leaders on the verge of making it big in research and insights. Do you know someone who has stepped up, put up and clearly has what it takes to impress our judges?

If so, let us know, or even nominate yourself.

Enter Below.

The annual Significant Insights Global 30 Under 30 List aims to recognise the research and insight industry’s exceptional young talent; showcase their achievements and reward their drive, creativity and passion. All of this, making them ‘the ones to watch’ within the global research and insights industry.

See who made the 2021 Global 30 Under 30

The Entry Requirements

We want to find the insight leaders, innovators, creators and thinkers, under 30 years of age, who are making big strides in the world of insights. This could be reflected in their day-to-day work for clients and/or stakeholders, or the influence and impact they have made at their organisation, and/or the wider research and insights industry, or through their use of data and insights to help accelerate positive change in the world.

And they/you simply have to be a member of the global research and insights community and 29 or younger on November 30th, 2022.

Important 2022 Dates

  • Nominations open: 30th June 2022
  • Nominations close: 30th September 2022
  • 2022 30 Under 30 announced: 30th November 2022

Enter Below

Enter your nominations (one per nominee) into the Entry Form below – good luck!

[Or click here to access the entry form: https://forms.gle/U9wMuUPpB4La16JD8]

The Global Judging Panel

The judging committee is diverse and spans 16 countries. Including newly added judges from Coca-Cola, Bayern München, Kantar, Netflix and Cint amongst others.

The judges, all passionate about championing and developing junior researchers, will hope to spend the next three months advocating for, and spreading the word to their networks.

Ankesh Agarwal – Majid Al Futtaim (UAE)

Annie Pettit – E2E Research Services (Canada)

Begonia Fafian – The Coca-Cola Company (Mexico)

Bob Qureshi – i-View (UK)

Cait Wilson – ŌURA (USA)

Dali Tembo – Culture Foundry (South Africa)

Diego Adolfo Chávez Terrazas – EyeSee Research (Mexico)

Emily Bunce – DailyPay (USA)

Finn Raben – ESOMAR (Netherlands)

Harry Unwin – FC Bayern München (Germany)

James Endersby- Opinium (UK)

Jamie McCracken – Nike (USA)

Jillian Roche – NewsSearch (Malaysia)

Jonathan Deitch – Cint (Germany)

Lisa Courtade – Organon (USA)

Marie Delrieux – Carmilla (France)

Natalia Infante Caylor – Hola Insights (USA)

Pallavi Dhall – Kantar (India)

Patrick Collins – Netflix (UK)

Pravin Shekar – Krea eKnowledge (India)

Rachel Hawley – Fieldwork, Inc. (USA)

Seyi Adeoye – Pierrine Consulting (Nigeria)

Shaahin Shariat -Blinkist (Germany)

Sue York – The Research Society (Australia)

Susanna Baggaley – RANZ (New Zealand)

Tom Savigar – Avansere (Norway)

Vanessa Oshima – Heart Data Inc (Japan)

Wiepke van der Wal – Innovators4Research (Netherlands)

Zoe Wilson – AustralianSuper (Australia)

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