hClub 100 list seeks your nominations

Who are the most innovative and inspiring people working in the creative industries today? The Hospital Club wants your nominations for its annual hClub 100 list

Who are the most innovative and inspiring people working in the creative industries today? The Hospital Club wants your nominations for its annual hClub 100 list

The hClub100 is the private members club’s annual search for the most innovative and inspirational people working across the creative industries over the last 12 months. There are various categories (see below), all of which are open to public nominations (you can nominate here).

A final list of 10 people in each category will be chosen from the nominations by a panel of industry experts and leaders (including CR editor Patrick Burgoyne in the Art and Design category), and announced at an exclusive event in the Hospital Club TV Studio on October 8.

The judging criteria: Nominees will be judged according to recent achievements in the last 6-12 months (running from July to July) and the “extent to which they are demonstrating dynamism and innovation in the creative field, playing significant roles in the future success of Britain’s creative sector,” according to the Club.

 

Categories:

Advertising Marketing and PR
Art and Design
Broadcast
Creative Entrepreneurs
Fashion
Film
Gaming and Tech
Music
Publishing and Writing
Theatre and Performance

 

Nominate your choice here
Deadline for nominations: June 29

 

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