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VMSD’s 2021 Designer Dozen

Deadline is February 12, 2021

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VMSD’s 2021 Designer Dozen

Ready to nominate a young designer or visual merchandiser as one of VMSD‘s 2021 Designer Dozen?

The 2021 deadline has passed. For the 2022 form, please check back in late 2021/early 2022.

Here’s the scoop: Each year, we select 12 up-and-coming designers under age 35. We’re looking for people making a difference in their retail design/visual merchandising teams or design firms with fresh ideas, innovative methods and get-it-done attitudes. If there’s a star among your coworkers, supervisees or peers, nominate him or her by filling out the form below.

You will be prompted to provide a high-res head shot of your nominee, along with 5 sample photos of his or her work. You MUST provide these materials in order for your nominee to be considered.

You can nominate yourself, or a colleague, but entrants must be employed by a retailer or a design firm. Entries from manufacturers, suppliers or distributors will be automatically disqualified.

This year’s winners will appear in the April 2021 issue of VMSD, will receive a commemorative award and will be recognized at a celebration to-be-announced.

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For additional questions or assistance, contact VMSD‘s Editor-in-Chief/Associate Publisher Jennifer Acevedo at [email protected]

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