WA Works finalist in Mumbrella publishing awards

A year after its launch WA Works has been announced as a finalist in Australia’s leading publishing industry awards, the Mumbrella Publish Awards 2017.

The CCI’s major projects and supply chain magazine, WA Works is shortlisted in the category of Association or Member Organisation Magazine of the Year.

It is the only WA finalist and is up against titles from organisations like Engineers Australia, the Australian Human Resources Institute and CPA Australia.

CCIWA chief executive Deirdre Willmott said WA Works enjoyed a spectacular first year of operation and had quickly established itself as the number one source of supply chain and major project news and information for WA.

CCI advertising and content officer Paula Connell was also named as a finalist for the coveted salesperson/team of the year award.

She is the only solitary finalist, with the rest of the nominees from huge eastern states based teams like Bauer Media and the Medium Rare Content Company.

Willmott said Connell had done a great job turning WA Works into a viable magazine within the space of a year.

“Paula was tasked with engaging advertisers and subscribers of WA Works, providing opportunities to enable connection and growth for business. Not only has she been successful, her customers rave about her,” she said.

The winners will be announced at a gala dinner at The Westin Sydney on October 19.

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