Double success for CPL at the MemCom 2017 industry awards

An infographic from TS Today – the monthly digital magazine for The Chartered Trading Standards Institute (CTSI) – won the ‘Best Infographic’ category this week at the annual MemCom Awards.

The MemCom Membership Excellence Awards celebrate great performance in membership marketing, communications, product and service development, highlighting best practice, teamwork and leadership.

TS Today, edited by Carina Bailey (pictured, above left, with CPL’s managing director Mike Sewell), publishes news from the world of trading standards, as well as features and reviews. The infographic focused on how much the government spends on trading standards, and how this is dwarfed by the loss to consumers from inadequate products and services.

Martin Bewick, editor of Catalyst, the Chartered Institute of Marketing’s (CIM) quarterly members’ magazine, was highly commended in the ‘Editor of the Year’ category (Martin is pictured, above right, with Michelle Riordan of the CIM).

Martin has shaped and spearheaded Catalyst’s editorial direction since the magazine was launched in 2015, exploring the big issues facing marketers globally, as well as offering practical and relevant advice that CIM members can use to do their jobs better and progress their careers.

This was a record year at MemCom for CPL, with the agency being shortlisted in five categories for work on behalf of clients, including the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE), the British Airline Pilots’ Association (BALPA), the Royal Statistical Society (RSS) and the UK Chamber of Shipping. 

In addition, The Log – the quarterly magazine for members of BALPA – was shortlisted in the CIPR Excellence Awards in the best internal publication category.

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