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Late entry deadline for 2015 Tabbies is set for March 31st

Tabbie awards 2014CLEVELAND—The 2015 Tabbies Call for Entries allows all b2b editors, publishers and art directors—including online only-publications—the opportunity to have their best work judged by their peers. The Tabbies, the editorial and design awards program run by Trade, Association and Business Publications International (TABPI), is again partnering with the U.S.'s American Society of Business Publication Editors (ASBPE), New Zealand's Magazine Publishers Association (MPA), South Africa's SAFREA, Australia's Society of Editors NSW and the Magazine Publishers Association of South Africa (MPASA).

The standard deadline for entries to be postmarked was March 12. A late fee now applies; the late entry deadline is March 31. An electronic version of the Call for Entries is now available by clicking here ... or the entry form alone is here.

Paul J. Heney, TABPI President, said that, now well into its second decade, the awards program is seeing a resurgence.

"I think that both editors and designers are seeing the value in being recognized for their journalistic achievements and hard work," Heney said. "Being honored in a competition like the Tabbies is a great marketing tool for publications to show that they're keeping their readers first. Advertisers recognize these marks of excellence, and they're more apt to want to be associated with quality publishing brands."

Categories in the Tabbies' editorial division include: Best Single Issue, Department, Editor's Column, Feature Article, Focus/Profile Article, How-To Article, Regular Column, Special Section, and Technical Article. Categories in the design division include: Feature Design, Front Cover, Digital Imagery; Front Cover, Illustration; Front Cover, Photograph; Front Cover, Special Issue; and Opening Page or Spread. The online division recognizes the most interactive, informative b2b websites, e-newsletters and the best use of social media.

For more information, please visit our Awards Page.

 

 

 

Magazine Critique Service: What are your most pressing needs?

TABPI Magazine Critique Service form programOur annual MCS program puts your magazine in the hands of some of the most respected editors working in b2b journalism today and benefit from their colleague-to-colleague analysis of what you and your staff are doing right and what you could be doing better.

Give yourself objective, outside analyses that can show the decision makers in your organization how to take your content to the next level. With our Magazine Critique Service (MCS), you'll get detailed feedback on specific editorial and design aspects of your publication.

• Improve your publication
• Stay ahead of the competition
• Increase readership
• Keep your staff on track

To view a sample report in PDF format, click here: Sample #1 or Sample #2.

The deadline for the 2014 Magazine Critique Service is December 12; for off-season critiques, please email info@tabpi.org for availability. For details on the MCS, click here. To download the MCS order form, click here: Form.

 

 

 

Scholarships winners hail from U.K., South Africa

CLEVELAND — The TABPI Young Leaders Scholarship was created to increase interest in the b2b publishing world with younger editors who are advancing in their editorial careers. The scholarship is sponsored by TABPI and the American Society of Business Publication Editors (ASBPE). The scholarship allows younger editors—who might otherwise be unable—to attend an educational b2b editorial event. The scholarship is to attend the ASBPE Editorial Conference in Chicago, Ill., USA.

This years winners are:

Matthew Wright photo TABPI YLSMatthew Wright is the editor of Clinical Pharmacist, a trade magazine that supports the education
and development of UK pharmacists working in clinical roles. He first trained as a pharmacist in
Brisbane, Australia, before relocating to the UK to pursue new career opportunities. Matthew
became a journalist for The Pharmaceutical Journal in January 2006, combining his knowledge of
medicines with a love of writing. Matthew took on his current editorship in September 2008 and led
the redesign of the publication to its successful relaunch in January 2009. Matthew lives in London
and when not working he likes to escape to the countryside to walk.

Kavith Harrilall photo TABPI YLSKavith Harrilall is Current Business Editor of The Witness Newspaper, Weekend Witness Newspaper (February 2006 – present), where he is responsible for researching and writing business, economic and general news stories; constructing graphs that accompany stories & basic press photography; preparing pages for daily newspaper editions by determining the content, including editing stories. He was formerly a journalist at East Coast Radio Newswatch.

For more information, click here.

 

 

 


 

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