• Transform magazine
  • May 20, 2022


Transform magazine announces 2020 Young Contenders

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Identifying the brand creative and strategy professionals with the most potential as young leaders, future leaders and standout talents is a rewarding experience for Transform magazine. But it also indicates a bright future for rebranding and brand development.

The Transform Young Contenders were recognised last night at the Transform Awards Europe, sharing the stage with the companies and agencies setting the benchmark in brand transformation.

Judges were impressed by the young creatives and strategists nominated for this year’s awards. But they found one person the standout. Libby Tsoi, designer at SomeOne, was named this year’s Creative Young Contender of the Year.

The judges also bestowed distinction awards upon three Young Contenders. Harry Meakin, designer at Clout, Katie Marks, senior consultant for Clear Strategy, and Sara Foley, middleweight designer at Mr B & Friends, all earned this prize for their contributions to their own agencies and to the industry at large.

“The Young Contenders recognised this year are the flag-bearers for an exciting, talented and creative future for brand transformation. We are proud to celebrate all of this year’s Young Contenders and we will be excited to see what they are able to achieve for their companies and their industry in the future,” says Brittany Golob, editor in chief of Transform magazine.

The Transform Awards Asia-Pacific is now open for entries.

The 2020 Transform Young Contenders are:

Jamie-Lee Lammers, consultant, Interbrand
Toby Marsh, founder and creative director, Toby Marsh Creative
Tom Rickhuss, strategic planner, Mr B & Friends
Anna Serocold, lead designer, Cog Design

Sara Foley, middleweight designer, Mr B & Friends
Katie Marks, senior consultant, Clear
Harry Meakin, designer, Clout

Creative Young Contender of the year
Libby Tsoi, designer, SomeOne