The awards recognise the creativity and hard work that helps to drive up the standards of membership organisations and shine a light on how they increase value for members and contribute to a better society.
The shortlist was revealed at a Spring Party, held at the Barbican Conservatory in London.
CPL One was shortlisted in the Best Use of Data, AI or Insight category for our work with the Royal College of General Practitioners, and in the Best Annual Report category for a project for the Association of British Insurers.
We received two nominations in the Best Magazine Launch or Re-Launch category, for The Marine Biologist (Marine Biological Association) and Iconnect (The Institute of Conservation), and also earned a nomination for Parking News (British Parking Association) in the Best Magazine (more than 20k circulation) category.
Will Gray was shortlisted as Editor of the Year for Nuclear Future, the magazine we create for The Nuclear Institute, and finally our Nautilus International team were shortlisted in the Best Podcast category. You can see the full shortlist here.
CPL One managing director Mike Sewell said: “From print magazines to podcasts, and from data and insights to annual reports, the awards nominations show the breadth of work CPL One offers to professional bodies and membership organisations. A huge congratulations to all the teams involved.”
The 2023 Memcom Excellence Awards winners will be announced on 26 September.