Talent Canada has won an award for Best Single Issue in the 2022 Tabbie Awards, an international B2B media competition.
The national media brand, which covers workforce issues for the C-suite, HR professionals and front-line leaders, placed in the Top 10 for its Winter 2021 issue. (Read the full issue here.)
“It’s been rewarding watching the launch of this new media brand, and this recognition is just icing on the cake, and well-earned by the team,” said Scott Jamieson, chief operating officer at Annex Business Media, the publishers of Talent Canada. “We’ve never been a print-issue focused brand, but it’s all about the content and presentation regardless of the medium, so we’ll take this.”
This issue, which came out in the middle of the pandemic, was packed with practical information on the future of the office; uncertainty around salary increases; navigating business relief; virtual health care; and more.
“It’s always exciting to see our journalists recognized for the amazing work they do,” said Todd Humber, senior editor for Talent Canada. “When we launched this magazine in 2019, we knew we had something special. The reaction from our readers has been fantastic, and this recognition from our industry peers means a lot to everyone who worked on this issue.”
Paul J. Heney, president of Trade, Association and Business Publications International (TABPI), said that this year’s entries demonstrate how trade, association, and business publications remain a powerful medium for informing the niche business leaders and other professionals they serve.
“The Tabbie Awards is closing in on two decades of celebrating B2B journalism. It’s been a delight seeing how adaptable and forward-thinking our industry has become,” Heney said.
“Worldwide, B2B publications are fast-evolving through the use of multi-platforms such as all-digital magazines and e-newsletters that enhance the way audiences experience the latest trends, technologies, and solutions,” Heney added. “The outstanding work by this year’s writers, editors, and designers is testament to that.”
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