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Why you should enter Australian Design Review’s 30UNDER30


Why you should enter Australian Design Review’s 30UNDER30


Entries for Australian Design Review’s 30UNDER30 are opening soon. With the industry-first program gearing up for an amazing inaugural year, now is the time to consider why you should enter. And, the first question is, why wouldn’t you enter?

ADR’s 30UNDER30 program is free to enter, and with it comes the opportunity to get in front of some of the most influential people in the industry, from Andrew Parr to State of Kin and Peta Heffernan. 

It’s a program built to recognise you

It’s not about your workplace, your peers, or your boss. This is about you. 30UNDER30 is focused on the individual, and what your visions for the future are, what changes you want to make in the industry, and how to get yourself out there.

It doesn’t take long to enter

The entry process should take up no more than two hours of your time. It’s a time to reflect on the industry that you’re in, as well as look back at the work you’ve done and the work you’d like to be doing. We want to know your authentic self – mistakes you’ve made, lessons you’ve learned. We aren’t looking for perfection, we’re looking for genuine. 

Build your brand

Get your work out there. It will be in front of a panel of esteemed judges and on social media, going right around to the far reaches of the country. Get your name out there to thousands of followers.

Meet like- or different-minded peers

Spark important conversations, problem-solve, and connect with other people who are going through what you are also going through. Create those networks to lean on, argue with and carry you through your entire career.

Who wouldn’t want to be invited to a well-deserved wellness retreat at Bali’s iconic Potato Head?

That’s right, all recipients of the 30UNDER30 accolade will be invited to a wellness retreat in Bali’s premier sustainable hotel Potato Head in Seminyak. For four days, you’ll learn, relax, laugh, and indulge in some of the best the island has to offer.

Entries open on 17 October 2022. Find out more about the program and get an early start on your entry!


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