The Global Telecoms Business Power100 of 2014 -- deadline 1 August 2014
Nominations for the Global Telecoms Business Power 100 of 2014 are now open.
We are looking for the 100 people in the telecoms industry worldwide who have made the biggest contribution to the telecoms industry in 2013-14. Global Telecoms Business has been publishing an annual Power100 since our 100th print issue in 2008.
Please nominate senior executives, thought leaders and innovators for this year’s list, which will be published on Friday 26 September 2014.
The deadline for all nominations is close of business on Friday 1 August 2014. All nominations MUST be by email using the form that can be downloaded from the link below.
The editor reserves the right to seek further information about nominees and to ask for further nominations.
The editor will not enter into correspondence about nominations, from people either wanting to lobby for certain nominees or to ask about the progress of any nomination.
We will give no information about the final list until Friday 26 September.
If you want to nominate other people, use separate emails for each. Do not mix more than one person in one email.
All nominations must be submitted using these rules and the official nomination form.
There is no charge for nominating anyone.
Multiple nominations of the same person are NOT required and will be rejected. This is not a vote.
Nominations must say clearly why the person should be considered, because of his or her current contributions to the industry or role in the industry. We do NOT want a resumé of their career copied from the corporate website.
If the person is selected we will publish their name and job title in our printed September/October issue and online without further reference, though we may provided embargoed information. We reserve our right to edit the text at our sole discretion.
1 Download the nomination form as a Word document from the link below. Do NOT change the formatting or font in any way.
2 Edit the document to include ALL the information requested, including your name (which will NOT be published) and contact details for the person you are nominating.
3 Save the document so its file name includes the name of the person you are nominating in this format: Jane_Smith_Power100nomination.doc (or .docx) [obviously you will substitute the person’s actual name — it is very important that file name starts with the person’s name]. Mac users, please include the .doc or .docx suffix.
4 Find a high-resolution colour picture (at least 900 by 900 pixels) of the person you are nominating and change its filename to this format: Jane_Smith_Power100picture.jpg [it is very important that file name starts with the person’s name]
5 Send both the Word document and the picture in one email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following subject line: Power100 nomination for Jane Smith [it is very important that subject line includes the person’s name]
Download the official nomination form from this link (Word document, 17k). You must use this Word document for all nominations. Do not reformat it or change the font or colour. Please note point 3 above about how to save the document so that we can send nominations to the judging panel. We will not announce the names of the judges until after judging is complete.
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The Global Telecoms Business Power100 of 2013
If you want to check who was in the Global Telecoms Business Power100 last year, follow this link:
The full Power100 was published in the September-October 2013 print issue of Global Telecoms Business, which was mailed out to subscribers in late September. The full issue is also available free of charge via our iPad app, which can be downloaded from iTunes on http://tinyurl.com/GTB-iPad . The issue (and all issues since September-October 2013) can also be seen here: http://www.globaltelecomsbusiness.com/gtbdigital
Global Telecoms Business first ran our list of the 100 most powerful people in the industry in the September-October 2008 issue, and we have been publishing new lists every year since then. To see the GTB Power100 for 2012 follow this link: