Nominations now open for 2020 Top 50 People in E-Commerce
Nominations are now open for the 2020 Top 50 People in E-Commerce, and Internet Retailing needs your help to ensure no stone goes unturned in the search for e-commerce leaders doing great work in Australia.
Submit a nomination today. Curious about the criteria? Keep reading.
After the nomination period closes, candidates will be asked to provide additional information for judging. A panel of e-commerce experts will then score each candidate to determine the final ranking.
The Top 50 will be revealed in the 2020 Top 50 People in E-Commerce report, which will be released at launch party in Melbourne next year.
Sponsored by CouriersPlease and Big Commerce, the report will include headshots and bios for every person on the list, as well as profiles of the top 10.
This is Internet Retailing’s fifth annual report recognising the biggest and brightest e-commerce talents in Australia. This year’s judges include:
- Heather McIlvaine, editor, Internet Retailing
- Dean Blake, journalist, Internet Retailing
- Mark Freidin, founder, Internet Retailing
- Jessica Ip, head of commercial and transformation, CouriersPlease
- Shannon Ingrey, vice president and general manager, APAC, Big Commerce
- Matt Davis, national director, Salvos Stores
- Laura Doonin, partner and director, Moustache Republic
- Jo Harris, senior CX trainer, MI Academy
- Paul Henri-Boudet, e-commerce, marketing and operational consultant
- Emma Sharley, brand and marketing strategist, tech co-founder and advisor
To be considered, nominees must be an e-commerce professional at an Australian e-commerce business or online marketplace (vendors/service providers are not eligible), and should demonstrate excellence in the following areas:
- Contributes to the commercial success of the business
- Champions innovative thinking/technology/products/processes in the business
- Commits to sharing their knowledge with the wider e-commerce community
- Has a broader impact on the world around them through sustainability initiatives, diversity initiatives, partnerships with charitable organisations, etc.
You can secure a free copy of the report now by signing up for the Internet Retailing newsletter, which delivers the latest e-commerce news and stories to your inbox three times a week.
Download last year’s report here to see who made the list in 2019.