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Power 100 Next Generation: The full list 1-30

Marketing, in association with Engine, profiles 30 of the brightest and best young marketers in the UK today.

Nxt Gen 2012: 30 star marketers of tomorrow

Nxt Gen 2012: 30 star marketers of tomorrow

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Alistair Adams, marketing manager, Lloyds TSB

Maria Betés, retail category marketing manager, Sony Europe

Ladislas Beuzelin, Pringles global marketing manager, Kellogg's

Max Buckland, brand manager, Global Radio

Tom Darlington, marketing manager, 4oD and Digital Channel 4

Jamie Dodds, creative marketing manager, BBC

Hannah Drew, Brand operations manager, P&G UK and Ireland

Caroline Dundas, take-to-market manager, communication innovation, O2 UK

Sarah Ellis, head of content, Sainsbury's

Jayme Goldstein, product marketing manager, consumer marketing at Google

Sandeep Grewal, brand manager, Nationwide

Anna Inglese, advertising and prospecting manager, Mini UK

Ben Jenkins, marketing manager, RSA

Giselle Kurta, marketing manager, KFC

Hannah Lally, marketing planning manager, Homebase, Home Retail Group

Sophie Lavender, senior manager, brand advertising, Virgin Media

Sophie Macaulay, Cravendale brand manager, Arla Foods

Anna Maguire, senior digital marketing manager, EE

Heather Mills, brand manager, LOCOG

Lucy Needham, Windows marketing executive, UK, Microsoft

Sally Oldfield, senior brand manager, Cow & Gate, Danone

Carrie Osman, dog portfolio manager, Mars Petcare

Rachel Ovel, head of marketing, The Sun

Sarah Pajak, brand manager, Coke Zero

Nicola Peters, engagement marketing manager, Burberry

Neil Potter, brand communications manager, Nike

Bryn Snelson, UK country manager, eHarmony

Selina Sykes, ecommerce director, Unilever

Radhika Vyas, country IKEA FAMILY manager, IKEA

Tomas Walker, acquisition communications and customer experience manager, EDF

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