From retailers and researchers to vendors and distributors, the UK IT and tech channel is bursting with young talent. PCR's round up of 30 rising stars under the age of 30 is now revealed

PCR July issue 30 Under 30 and sustainability issue: HOW TO GET INVOLVED

The PCR July issue, which hits desks at the beginning of July will feature our much requested 30 Under 30 list so get your nominations in for a chance to make the list.

30 UNDER 30: HOW TO ENTER

DEADLINE FOR ENTRIES IS 15th JUNE

PCR’s 30 Under 30 is back in July to showcase the most talented individuals under the age of 30 working in the UK tech and IT industry.

From retail and marketing to distribution and manufacturing, nominations are open to those working in all areas of the industry.

It couldn’t be easier to nominate yourself or a colleague. The deadline for entries is June 15th.

Email your nomination to Michelle Winny at michelle.winny@biz-media.co.uk

Your nomination must include all of the following in a single email:

– Your name (if nominating yourself) or your nominee’s name (if nominating a colleague)

– A high-resolution headshot of the nominee

– Company name and full job title

– A paragraph on why you/they should earn a place in this year’s 30 Under 30

– Age (must still be under the age of 30 on 1st June)

Incomplete applications will not be considered, and those featured in 2020’s PCR 30 Under 30 lists will not be included.

Special focuses in addition to our 30 Under 30 List will include:

Sustainability in the tech industry

Green tech and corporate social responsibility in the channel

Recycled tech and low carbon footprint

Sector guides will include:

Refurbished tech

Tech manufactured with a low carbon footprint

If your company is involved in any kind of low carbon or environmentally focused initiative then we would like to hear from you.

EDITORIAL DEADLINE IS 30th May 2021

News round-up section: Hot off the press

In the July issue we are going to be continuing with our New News Section covering the latest and greatest announcements across the Channel so it’s not just the PCR website you could receive coverage on but also now in the print issue so make sure you send us your latest news headlines to feature in the next print issue.

Opinions

We are looking for 500-700 word opinion/analysis pieces from the industry either around the theme of this issue, or on general tech retail subjects. Including:

Sustainability in the tech industry

Green tech and corporate social responsibility in the channel

Recycled tech and low carbon footprint

Company features and commentary

Each month we run Q&As with companies in the sector we’re focusing on for that issue. We also always welcome commentary on the industry from experts.

Sector Guides

Sector guides will include:

Refurbished tech

Tech manufactured with a low carbon footprint

Please include all of the following in your email for each individual product:

– Hi res image (ideally 300dpi and over 1MB in size. Please attach to email or send Dropbox/Google/WeTransfer links rather than linking to webpages)

– Specs list

– Quote/Description of product

– Contact: The Vendor or the UK Distributor(s) name will be printed as a contact. We will not print retailers or online retailers as contacts.

Advertising in this issue

If you would like to get involved commercially in this issue there will be a variety of packages available. Please contact Sarah Goldhawk at Sarah.Goldhawk@biz-media.co.uk by 30th May.

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