CIWM’s member-only magazine, Circular, has been named Best Association Magazine (circulation up to 10,000) by the Association Excellence Awards 2019.
The ceremony saw CIWM, with its publishing partners CPL, pick up the award.
CIWM beat six other magazine finalists to the award, including the Chartered Institute of Public Relations’ magazine, Influence. See below for list of finalists.
Founded in 2014, the Association Excellence Awards are a prestigious accolade to recognise and reward the hard-won achievements of trade bodies, professionals membership organisations and associations.
CIWM’s CEO Sarah Poulter said: “This is such an amazing accomplishment for all the teams involved in the creation of our new member magazine and recognition for the hard work and dedication it takes to bring you, our members, the relevant and engaging content that makes Circular the success it is.
“But this is just the beginning for Circular; since its creation, we’ve launched Circular Online, which also includes the member-only CIWM knowledge centre, and the printed Circular Solutions supplement, where we focus on sectors and issues most important to our members.
“The Circular brand is one that will continue to go from strength to strength and will only grow in its relevance to spearheading the resources agenda.”
The finalists were:
• Association of Corporate Treasurers – The Treasurer
• Chartered Institute of Environmental Health – Environmental Health News
• Chartered Institute of Public Relations – Influence
• Chartered Institute of Waste Management – Circular
• Institute of Internal Communication – Voice
• National Association of Funeral Directors – Funeral Director Monthly
• Pensions Management Institute – Pensions Aspects
We’re also pleased to announce that Circular has been shortlisted for the CMA International Content Marketing Awards, in the Best Use of Print category.
Not only that, but Circular has also been awarded a Certificate of Excellence at the recent Institute of Internal Communication Awards.
(Picture caption: CIWM’s digital editor, Darrel Moore (centre right), CPL’s Circular editor Liza Salazar (centre) and CPL’s Sophie Hewitt-Jones (centre right)