Redactive Media Group sweeps the board at the MemCom Awards
The judges said “this is a magazine with a strong editorial advisory board, extremely interesting and well written articles, current"
'Supply Management' has been recognised as the UK’s best membership magazine at the annual MemCom Awards
Redactive Media Group is proud to announce that Supply Management has
been recognised as the UK’s best membership magazine at the annual
MemCom Awards held at the Cabinet War Rooms. These awards recognise
excellence in membership communications and are judged on criteria
including creativity, editorial quality and effectiveness in meeting
clients’ communication objectives. Supply Management saw off strong
competition from over 60 magazines entered into this category.
The judges said “this is a magazine with a strong editorial advisory board, extremely interesting and well written articles, current, relevant UK and international news, highly rated by its readers and skilfully designed. The editorial was excellent, thought-provoking and industry leading”.
Redactive has published Supply Management on behalf of The Chartered Institute of Purchasing & Supply (CIPS) since 1996.
Simon Sperryn Chief Executive (Designate) of CIPS commented "Our research shows that Supply Management is highly valued by our members. It’s very exciting to have our winning partnership with Redactive recognised"
FM World published on behalf of the British Institute of Facilities Management and the Legion published on behalf of The Royal British Legion were both highly commended and the judges said they “stood out” amongst some very strong contenders in this category.
www.heyday.org.uk and www.legion-magazine.co.uk were both highly commended in the best website category and the judges said, “all four of the finalists selected presented well designed and thought-out sites, and each had up-to-date content that was relevant to their declared audiences. Judges particularly liked the clear layout and headline signposting that helped facilitate easy navigation. It was also clear, from the finalists’ sites, that the set objectives were realistic and had been achieved”.
Source: APA, U.K.
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