Incisive Media - the business which owns Professional Pensions - has won the Digital Publisher of the Year accolade at the 2018 PPA Digital Awards.
Judges cited Incisive for "building a team of incredibly talented and hardworking people who relish the opportunity to reshape B2B media in a vibrant and innovative company culture".
Incisive Media also won the Digital Commercial Team of the Year award.
This is the first time Incisive has triumphed in these categories at the PPA Digital Awards.
"This is a real accolade for everyone in the business, from the digital team to our journalists, marketers, sales teams and everyone who makes the business tick," said Incisive Media chief executive Jonathon Whiteley. "It's doubly significant to us because the PPA awards are so hotly-contested and robustly judged by our peers."
The PPA Digital Awards are run by the Professional Publishers Association and took place on Thursday, November 1 at London's Hilton Bankside hotel. View the full list of winners here.
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