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Pulse crowned 'magazine of the year' at national publishing awards

Pulse has been named ‘Business Magazine of the Year’ at the Professional Publishers Association awards.

Judges said that Pulse had 'truly excelled on every level' over the past year. They added: 'This is a genuine stand-out winner of the PPA Business Magazine of the Year for 2016.'

Pulse beat off competition from other industry magazines - including Inside Housing and the Architect's Journal - to claim the prize at a ceremony hosted by Fearne Cotton in London yesterday.

The win is the latest in a number of recent awards for the magazine. Just last week, Pulse journalist Alex Matthews-King won 'Newcomer of the Year' at the Medical Journalist Association awards for his exclusive story about a controversial incentive scheme to pay GPs to reduce urgent referrals.

Pulse news team also won ‘Business team of the year’ at the BSME Rising Stars awards last month and Pulse editor Nigel Praities was also named ‘Editor of the Year’ at the British Society of Magazine Editors awards last year.

ppa award win

ppa award win

Readers' comments (5)

  • Azeem Majeed

    Many congratulations to the Pulse team.

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  • Vinci Ho

    Good news in a mist of post Brexit 'gloom'
    Well done , Jon Snow

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  • Great stuff x

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  • Congratulations Nigel and the Pulse team!

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  • Bob Hodges

    Not bad, but.......

    Without a agony aunt/uncle and no resident astrologer you'll NEVER achieve your true potential.

    I have 5 minutes spare once a month, I could knock up some generalised mystic nonsense and attempt it to apply it to the 8.3% of the population that was born in any given month.

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