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Top 50 nominations are closing soon

The window to submit nominations for the 2017 Top 50 People in E-Commerce is closing soon.

This is Internet Retailing’s second annual report recognising the biggest and brightest e-commerce talents in Australia, and the first year readers have been able to weigh in on the e-commerce professionals under consideration.

Nominations are still open, but readers must act now to ensure their nomination is considered by our panel of expert e-commerce judges.

Sponsored by StarTrack, the 2017 Top 50 People in E-Commerce report will be published on March 29, 2017, in conjunction with a launch event at Inside Retail Live, Australia’s major retail industry conference and expo, in Sydney.

The report will feature the Top 50 People in E-Commerce, including headshots and bios for every person on the list, as well as exclusive content about the e-commerce landscape.

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. Confirmed judges include:

Larry Diamond, founder and CEO of zipMoney
Corinne Franks, general manager of the National Online Retailers Association
Ben Franzi, general manager of e-commerce platforms & digital at Australia Post
Nathan Huppatz, co-founder of costumes.com.au
Graham Jackson, CEO of Fluent Retail
Jo Krause, digital specialist at Six Degrees Executive
Ryan Murtagh, founder and director of Neto
Andy Powell, director of Agile Commerce Consulting

Your own Internet Retailing editors Mark Freidin and Heather McIlvaine will also be on the panel. Help choose the 2017 Top 50 People in E-Commerce by making a nomination today.

You can secure a free copy of the report by signing up for our newsletter, which delivers the latest e-commerce news and stories to your inbox twice a week.

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