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AccountancyAge.com named best B2B website in the world

Winning combination sees site beat some of the world's biggest to win award

AccountancyAge.com was named the best business to business website in the
world at an international publishing awards this week.

The website won Gold in the Best b2b Website category at the
TABPI Awards,
run by Trade, Association and Business Publications International.

Accountancy Age beat
Computerworld,
one the world’s leading technology industry websites, and
Modern
Healthcare
, which won Silver and Bronze awards respectively.

The Awards attracted more than 700 entries this year and the judges praised
Accountancy Age for regular updates, ‘strong reporting’ and extensive sourcing
of content.

They were also impressed by our
multiple
bloggers
,
salary
checker
, ‘unique’
game
segment
and ‘logical layout with good use of most read and most commented’.

Other winners in the awards included
Fortune
magazine
, the New York Stock Exchange magazine,
NYSE,
and Legal
Business
.

Accountancy Age, which won Bronze in the website category last year, was also
placed eighth in the
Best
Single Issue category
this year. It is the fifth year the editorial and
design awards has run.

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