PracticeAuditAccountancyAge.com wins top award

AccountancyAge.com wins top award

Website wins 'Editorial Team of the Year - Business' award in Association of Online Publishers Awards

AccountancyAge.com’s editorial team has been named the best in the business
in the annual
Association
of Online Publishers Awards
.

Beating off competition from websites across the spectrum of trade magazine
journalism, the judges said they were ‘impressed by the microsegmentation of
content and the excellent use of innovative technologies to address these
niches.’

Gavin Hinks, editor of AccountancyAge.com, said: ‘We’ve worked hard to
provide our readers with the stories and information they need in new ways –
through video,
podcasting,
interactive digital magazines,
blogs and of course, through
our comprehensive news coverage on our website. Our goal is to keep our readers
informed and entertained through whichever medium they prefer.’

The other titles nominated for the award were legalweek.com, building.co.uk,
the lawyer.com, silicon.com, efinancialnews.com, PersonnelToday.com and
XpertHR.co.uk.

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