AIM30 – Changing the Lives of Young Managers
According to members of the AIM30 Alumni, their inclusion on the list has been a career-changing experience, which they recommend to anyone considering applying for 2015.
Why? It’s simple really:
Receive industry recognition for your passion, achievements and vision
Being one of the AIM30 is similar to being part of an exclusive and prestigious board, club or professional association. It stands out on your resume and sets you apart in job interviews. It shows peers, employers and clients that you represent management excellence.
Boost your professional profile through extensive media interest
The AIM30 receive significant media coverage and interest within the business industry. Within AIM alone, they receive extensive coverage in eAgenda and Management Today magazine which circulate to thousands of managers around Australia.
Advance your career by catching the attention of industry leaders
Many high-profile managerial personalities, companies and corporations hold membership with AIM. As a result, AIM30 candidates can expect to receive recognition and admiration from these individuals and businesses – when you’re advancing your career, this may be all the edge you need.
Make the most of exclusive AIM30 networking opportunities
As a member of the AIM30, you may be invited along to exclusive events, networking sessions or presentations with high-profile figures. As an example – in 2013, the AIM30 group were invited to attend a private session with Brisbane Lord Mayor Graham Quirk.
Benefit from a lifetime position as an esteemed AIM30 alumni
Once you’re one of the AIM30, you’re always one of the AIM30. While new emerging managers will be invited to create a fresh new inaugural list of management talent every year, previous members become AIM30 Alumni – a group that holds an equally impressive reputation.