Accountancy Age has been shortlisted in three categories in this
of Online Publishers Awards.
AccountancyAge.com has been shortlisted for Business website while Insider
Business Club, our monthly web conferencing club for finance directors and
senior members of their teams, has been shortlisted in the Cross-Media Project
The website now attracts 200,000 visitors each month, while more than 2,300
accountants have registered for the Insider Business Club since its launch just
six months ago.
Young Professional, our monthly ebook for part and recently
qualified accountants, has been also shortlisted in the Design category.
Accountancy Age is competing with the BBC, Channel Four, the
Financial Times, The Guardian and The Times amongst
others for the awards, which will be presented on on 4 October at the London
Damian Wild, Accountancy Age editor-in-chief, said: ‘Accountants
don’t expect to receive information in the same way they have always received
it. We are continuing to look at innovative ways to give them the news and
information they need to help them do their jobs better and advance their
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