emap secures 5 nominations shortlisted in the 2021 PPA Awards

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This week, the Professional Publishers’ Association Awards shortlist for 2021 was announced. emap is delighted that its brands have been shortlisted for five awards.

Property Week leads the way with a nomination for its Climate Crisis Challenge work in the PPA Campaign of the Year category, and the shortlisting of its editor Liz Hamson in the PPA Columnist of the Year category. The brand’s Student Accommodation Conference and Awards rounds off an impressive three nominations, hoping for the PPA Event of the Year win.

Architects’ Journal is represented by Ella Mackinnon, shortlisted in the PPA Designer of the Year category. Also up from the AJ is its RetroFirst campaign cover for the PPA Cover of the Year Award.

Good luck to the teams from both brands!

About the Professional Publishers’ Association Awards
Now in its 41st year, the PPA Awards is back in 2021 to further its mission to recognise, celebrate and elevate the achievements and progress made across the UK publishing & media industry.

The event received 373 entries this year showcasing achievements of the industry in one of the most challenging economic periods in recent history.
The PPA Awards will be held virtually for the second year in a row on 23 June 2021.

Find out more and register to attend here.

About emap Publishing
emap is a B2B content, subscription & networking business. We connect influential people and organisations to a high-value network of decision-makers, data and ideas through our industry-leading portfolio of brands. emap’s vision is to create long-term profitable futures for the fantastic range of B2B brands we own.
The organisation runs over 90 industry awards, conferences and exhibitions each year and maintains over 100 websites which are visited a collective 4 million times a year.

emap is owned by Metropolis International. Metropolis was established in 1994 and started with a handful of entrepreneurs working from a room in West London. Metropolis is now one of the UK’s leading niche media owners, employing over 400 people in West London, Croydon, Shoreditch, Bolton, Dublin, and Chester.

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