C&IT scoops five gongs at the Business Travel Journalism Awards

C&IT secured its biggest awards haul at last night's Business Travel Journalism Awards (8 October), organised by CWT and held at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery in Kensington Gardens, London.

Business Travel Journalism Awards' winners
Business Travel Journalism Awards' winners

Associate editor Susie Harwood took home the coveted Meetings & Events News Journalist of the Year award and was voted Journalists' Journalist of the Year by her peers.

Editor-in-chief Yasmin Arrigo was named Editor of the Year for a record third time, while senior reporter Jack Carter took the Technology Features Journalist of the Year title. Newcomer Lauren Houghton was commended for her exclusive news wins and C&IT's design team, led by art editor Emma Platt, won Design Team of the Year for the C&IT covers, which were deemed 'worthy to hang on your wall'.

C&IT's State of the Industry Report was also shortlisted in the Supplement of the Year for Meetings & Events category, commended by judges as the definitive report for the meetings and events industry and a useful tool for buyers and suppliers.

Meanwhile C&IT’s sister title, Event, walked away with the accolade for Editorial Team of the Year, which C&IT was also shortlisted for. 

Arrigo commented: "We are thrilled that a panel of industry experts reviewed the content across the sector and found our work to be the cream of the crop. I couldn't be prouder of the outstanding journalists that make up Team C&IT."

More:

C&IT TV: C&IT Awards highlights 2015

In Pictures: C&IT Awards 2015, part 3 - the afterparty

In Pictures: C&IT Awards 2015, Part 2 - the ceremony

BrandFuel shines among winners at C&IT Awards

 

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