Business Traveller is delighted to have won two awards at the Business Travel Journalism Awards 2014, which took place last night in London.
Michelle Harbi, the magazine's managing editor, was named Business Travel Editor of the Year, while features editor Jenny Southan won the Features Journalist of the Year – Technology prize for her article "Web of intrigue", on how Google is transforming travel. Subscribers can click here to read it.
Southan was also shortlisted in the Features Journalist – Destination category for "Into the light", on Reykjavik’s emergence from recession (click here) and in the Industry Trends category for "Slash and burn", investigating the depreciation of loyalty schemes (click here).
Business Traveller's sister publication Buying Business Travel also had a successful evening, with editor Paul Revel and digital editor Tom Newcombe both winning awards.
The annual Business Travel Journalism Awards is organised by travel management company Carlson Wagonlit Travel and is judged by an independent panel of industry experts and journalists. The event took place at Magazine restaurant in Hyde Park.