Nominations now open for 2018 Top 50 People in E-Commerce
Internet Retailing has started its search for the 2018 Top 50 People in E-Commerce and is asking readers to put forward deserving candidates for consideration.
Nominations will remain open through August, after which 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 2018 Top 50 People in E-Commerce report, which will be released at launch party in Melbourne on 28 February 2018.
Sponsored by StarTrack, the report will include headshots and bios for every person on the list, as well as profiles of this year’s standout performers.
This is Internet Retailing’s third annual report recognising the biggest and brightest e-commerce talents in Australia and the second time readers have been invited to weigh in on the candidates.
A new panel of experts has been assembled to determine this year’s e-commerce standouts, bringing to the table fresh eyes and many years of experience in the industry.
- Heather McIlvaine, editor, Internet Retailing
- Mark Freidin, founder, Internet Retailing
- Ben Franzi, general manager, eCommerce and International, Australia Post & StarTrack
- Alita Harvey-Rodriguez, managing director, Milk It Academy
- Dan Ferguson, CMO, Buymyplace.com.au
- Mike Larcher, CEO, acidgreen
- Jeremy Meltzer, founder, i=Change
- Louisa Simpson, e-commerce consultant
- David White, Deloitte national retail, wholesale and distribution group lead
Help us ensure no stone goes unturned in the search for e-commerce leaders doing great work in Australia. Submit your nomination today.
To qualify, candidates must be an e-commerce professional in an Australian e-commerce business or marketplace. Vendors and service providers are not eligible.
Candidates must also demonstrate excellence in one or more of the following areas:
- Best practice: The candidate has contributed to developing or abiding by best practice principles.
- Knowledge sharing: The candidate has provided thought leadership via articles, presentations, public appearances, and/or contributed to education by presenting at training courses, making educational videos, providing mentorship, etc.
- Influencer profile: The candidate is well known in the industry and has created a position of influence in their area of expertise.
- Innovation: The candidate has led innovation in the business by using new knowledge to introduce product, process, marketing or organisational change.
- Leadership : The candidate has demonstrated leadership in the business.
- Broader impact: The candidate has made a positive impact on the broader community, including customers, shareholders, employees and society at large by championing a cause like sustainability, diversity or ethical manufacturing.
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 2017.