PracticeAuditAccountancy Age in line for four awards

Accountancy Age in line for four awards

Accountancy Age has been shortlisted in four categories in this year's Association of Online Publishers Awards.

The four nominations are the most of any UK online product this year. The Guardian’s website, Guardian Unlimited, received three nominations, the BBC received two, while FT.com received one.

Accountancy Age’s four nominations also equalled the record for nominations in any one year by a title since the awards’ launch in 2000.

Accountancy Age has been nominated for Digital Business Product of the Year, Innovation of the Year and Best Integration of Media. Accountancy Age editor Damian Wild has also been nominated in the Business Editor of the Year category.

More than 10,000 readers now receive Accountancy Age via email each week, and more than 15,000 new and existing readers have signed up for our monthly electronic Tax edition.

Almost 5,000 readers also receive our first regional electronic edition, covering the Northwest. The nominations also reflect the massive growth in AccountancyAge.com’s audience in the past 12 months.

See why our electronic products are making the news at www.accountancyage.com/services

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