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Unlimited Wins Seven Magazine Awards

Business magazine scoops awards

Unlimited wins seven magazine awards

Unlimited magazine last week won seven awards - more awards than any other title at this year's New Zealand Magazine Awards. The haul takes to 35 the number of design and journalism awards won by the business magazine in just four years, including four times being awarded Magazine of the Year.

At a gala dinner in Auckland , the magazine won five awards and was a finalist in two within its division "business and professional". These are:

Nikki Mandow, Editor of the Year

Rebecca Macfie, Writer of the Year

Amanda Trayes, Designer of the Year

Vincent Heeringa, High achiever/Publisher of the Year

Unlimited, Magazine of the Year

Fiona Rotherham, Writer of the Year (finalist)

Megan Colquhoun, Cover of the Year (finalist)

Judges described the magazine and its contributors as "totally professional" and demonstrating "exceptional performance". The annual awards are run by the Magazine Publishers' Association.

"This result is wicked. We didn't do very well at last year's award and really lifted our game as a result. It's an endorsement of the everything the team is trying to achieve - excellence in business publishing," says Unlimited publisher, Vincent Heeringa.

New magazines

The magazine continues grow both in circualtion and in products, launching two new titles next month. Biotech Unlimited is a new science-business magazine focussing on the "the business of bioscience". Included as a supplement in the December issue of Unlimited, the quarterly title will cover topics such venture capital, legal issues, talent management, IT and new biotech breakthroughs. The magazine is sponsored by Bell Gully, New Zealand's leading business law firm and Industry NZ.

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