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Money Marketing wins top media award

Money Marketing was crowned trade publication of the year at the Association of British Insurers’ Financial Media Awards. The awards, now in their 18th year, celebrate excellence in financial journalism.

The judges said the Money Marketing team “use the internet in a really creative way and are very proactive with social media”. 

They added: “The journalists are tenacious, creative and really know their brief and they keep the industry on its toes.”

The award follows MM’s sweeping of the board at last year’s Santander Media Awards, winning best professional/trade title, best professional/trade website and best use of social media. MM also won four awards at last year’s Headlinemoney Awards, including B2B title of the year for the fifth consecutive time. 



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