Campaign US 40 Over 40 Awards 2024 open for entry

Campaign US 40 Over 40 Awards 2024 open for entry

The 40 Over 40 Awards recognize senior talent in an industry known for its obsession with youth.

Campaign US has opened the 2024 40 Over 40 Awards for entry.

The 40 Over 40 Awards, now in its eighth year, honors 40 top senior leaders across the U.S. advertising industry for their inspiring careers, dedication to their craft and ability to lead and thrive in a complex and rapidly changing industry. 

The awards serve as an annual reminder for the industry to look beyond the next shiny object and place the value deserved on skill, experience and dedication.

Executives across the advertising, media, marketing, communications and technology industries are invited to enter by the standard deadline of May 9, 2024. Nominees can enter for an additional fee until the final deadline of May 16, 2024.

“In an industry that focuses heavily on youth and the rising stars of tomorrow, we are proud to tip our hats to those who have not only built a career in this industry, but also shaped it into something better for tomorrow’s talent,” said Alison Weissbrot, editor-in-chief of Campaign US. 

Campaign US will publish the 2024 class of honorees on our website,, on July 11. We will celebrate the honorees at an event in New York City on September 26.

The 40 Over 40 Awards offer an opportunity to highlight your key talent among a group of notable peers. Last year’s honorees include industry legends such as Jon Cook, global CEO of VML; Suzanne Powers, formerly global chief product officer at McCann Worldgroup; and Regi Cash, CEO at 3BlackDot.

Don’t miss your chance to highlight the leaders paving the way at your company. Enter now.

Interested in sponsoring this event? Reach out to Amy Travis or Brianne Molnar.

Questions about your entry? Reach out to Jackie Testa.


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