Investment Week's publisher wins three major digital awards

Incisive Media breaks record with fifth victory

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Incisive Media swept the board at this year's AOP Awards
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Incisive Media swept the board at this year's AOP Awards

Incisive Media has been named the Association for Online Publishing's (AOP) B2B Digital Publisher of the Year for the fifth time – an industry record.

The Covent Garden-based publisher also won the award for employer excellence at a live digital ceremony organised by the AOP on Thursday 15 October and hosted by comedian Ellie Taylor. Incisive was chosen from a heavyweight shortlist that also included News UK. Incisive has previously won the B2B digital publisher of the year award in 2010, 2013, 2016 and 2017. It is the sole B2B publisher to rack up five of these awards. Citing the Employer of the Year Award, the judges thought Incisive Media had made impressive progress in their quest to make their company a supportive place to w...

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