BEST ASSOCIATION NEWSLETTER OR MAGAZINE (Circulation up to 6000)
Liquid Gas UK – Source Magazine
Source Magazine is a bi-annual printed and digital industry magazine, full of news and views from the renewable liquid gas industry in the UK.
The magazine takes a technical, complex and at times intense subject matter and transforms it into a highly readable, content rich, colourful magazine, full of personality. Despite covering detailed European laws, complex safety regulations and an ever-changing policy landscape, Source avoids too much industry terminology and drives to be accessible to anyone who picks up a copy, not just those in the know.
Initially launched in 2018, it has grown to be a trusted and well-known publication designed to keep those interested in renewable liquid gas energy up-to-date and informed, as well as giving members an opportunity to promote and showcase their own products. It also attracts advertisers and contributors form outside of our industry.
National Hair & Beauty Federation – salonfocus
Established in 1942, the NHBF helps Members to run successful and profitable hair and beauty businesses, evolving its support to match the fast-changing needs of a highly creative industry. We use research and data effectively to present the issues and requests of the industry to Government in terms that it understands and continue to challenge and inform we the way that Government perceives and engages with the sector. We are recognised by our trade media as the authoritative voice of the industry proving a conduit between Government and business professionals. As hair & beauty businesses navigate the post-pandemic energy and economic crises the NHBF has looked to celebrate innovation within its ranks and invested to develop new services to support its Members.
Railway Industry Association – The Railway Industry magazine
The Railway Industry Magazine is RIA’s official member magazine, providing news from the UK rail supply community, spotlighting the challenges the supply sector is facing and raising awareness of the excellent work going on in the supply sector The purpose of the magazine is to provide a one-stop-shop with up-to-date knowledge from industry experts, high profile politicians, and RIA Directors all in one place Our magazine gives a platform to the voices underrepresented in the rail industry We have had contributions from Fi Westcough, winner of the RIA Future Leader Award, Women in Rail Chair Christine Fernandes, and the leading female CEOs of HS1 and East West Rail RIA also wanted to ensure those of a BAME background are represented in our magazine and Anit Chandarana, Great British Rail Transition Team Lead Director, featured on the front cover of our Summer 2022 edition A key success of our magazine is the contributions from politicians For example, current Rail & HS2 Minister and then Transport Select Committee Chair Huw Merriman, Shadow Rail Minister, Tan Dhesi, and Jenny Gilruth MSP, Scottish Transport Minister These interviews are a valued part of our magazine, providing an insight into senior politicians’ thinking about the future.
SELECT – cabletalk
The entry from SELECT this year,
Was designed to make it very clear,
How much literary dedication,
Goes into our cabletalk publication,
Showing the thought and expertise,
(Not to mention downright cheese),
That brings to life each packed edition,
As we help the modern electrician,
Keep their business up to the mark,
And ensure they stay the brightest spark.
The Manufacturing Technologies Association – The Friday Brief
The MTA’s Friday Brief Newsletter is a household name within the association and our community; running weekly for the last 15 years it is our highest rated means of communication with our members.
It is how we introduce new members and new staff, celebrate achievements and announce changes, it is where we launch research and record statistics as well as advertise our events. The Friday Brief is not just a newsletter but the central record of our community, demonstrating to our member’s how we are working on their behalf and how they can participate to get the most out of their membership.
The Scaffolding Association – Access Point
The Scaffolding Association is the largest active membership trade association in the access and scaffolding sector within the construction industry. With over 600 members, the Association established AccessPoint magazine as a crucial component of our marketing and communications strategy.
As an Association we are deeply proud of how far AccessPoint has come since its inception. We feel that AccessPoint warrants recognition not only because it was the first printed magazine to serve the UK access and scaffolding sector, but because it has become a significant piece of marketing collateral to help the Association engage with its members and the wider supply chain on a more effective and regular basis. The magazine has also helped raise the profile of the sector through its content and focus on best practice, excellence and professionalism