Prizeologist selected for IPM’s 30 Under 30

We couldn’t be more proud here at Prizeology HQ, because one of our fantastic Prizeologists, Sophie Robertson, has been picked by the Institute of Promotional Marketing (known as the IPM to those in the know) for its 30 Under 30 programme.

The scheme recognises the importance of developing the promotions industry’s next generation of leaders. It offers 30 exceptional employees, all of whom are under 30 years of age, a range of learning experiences to enhance their skills and knowledge, and develop their leadership capabilities.

Sophie manages a number of our key clients, is responsible for winner management across all our accounts and handles our outsourced high-volume prize fulfilment contracts, as well as being our data protection specialist.

She is a brilliant colleague and we agree with one of our lovely clients who said about her, “Working with Sophie is great. She is professional, friendly and knowledgeable about prize promotions.” Another, equally lovely, client commented, “Nothing is ever too much of an ask – such a yes girl! She is very easy to work with and always goes over and above to deliver,” which we also agree with!

This is a fantastic professional development opportunity for Sophie – we’ve already cracked open the sparkling water – and we know she will make the most of it. You can read more about 30 Under 30 here.

Sarah Burns is Prizeology’s Chief Prizeologist, an IPM Board Director, and a SCAMbassador for National Trading Standards Scams Team.

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