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Hall of Fame shortlists finalised and deadline extended

Having been inundated with nominations for the Brand Republic Hall of Fame, and having added those we felt fitted the criteria of innovation and success over the past decade, we've now finalised the shortlists for voting.

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To give every one ample opportunity we have extended the deadline for voting until close of play on Wednesday, 14 September. Visit the Hall of Fame, sponsored by marketing and technology agency LBi and its media arm bigmouthmedia, today and vote for those leaders, brands and innovators you feel deserve the most recognition.

The final shortlists for the leaders, brands and innovators categories are: 

Leaders

Mark Cridge

Roisin Donnelly
Richard Eyre
Steve Hatch
Sir John Hegarty
Jill McDonald
Amanda McKenzie
Phil Rumbol
Sir Martin Sorrell
Stevie Spring
Rory Sutherland
Simon Thompson
*Daniel Bonner
*Trevor Robinson OBE
*Sally Cowdery
*Mark Price
*Laura Jordan Bambach
*Matthew Freud
*Mark Borkowski

Brands

Apple
Audi
BlackBerry
Cadbury
Dyson
Guinness
Honda
Innocent
John Lewis Partnership
Marks & Spencer
Microsoft
Virgin Atlantic
*Walkers
*Johnnie Walker
*Lynx
*ComparetheMarket

Innovators

Blue Rubicon
BSkyB
Dare
Dunnhumby
Facebook
Fallon
Google
MediaCom
Metro
Mother
Specific Media
Spotify
*Tesco 

(*New additions)

The Hall of Fame was launched as part of Brand Republic’s 10th Anniversary celebrations, and at the gala dinner of BrandMAX in September, we will inaugurate the first six names from the advertising, media, marketing and communications industries to its ranks, recognising the achievements of just some of brands, individuals and businesses that have innovated and succeeded since Brand Republic launched in 2001.

Help us decide which half-dozen names should be honoured by voting now.

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