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By Greg Dool
The industry’s top brass said all the right things on their annual panel, but will actions speak louder than words?
This year marks the second annual Folio: Marketing Awards! These awards recognize some of the magazine industry’s most creative and effective marketing campaigns, and the teams and individuals behind them. This year’s winners elevated their brands and clients to new heights and demonstrate innovative thinking in a rapidly changing business environment. Congratulations to this year’s marketing superstars.
Hundreds of media professionals gathered in New York City on Monday, October 31 at the Hilton Midtown as Folio unveiled the winners and honorable mentions of the 2016 Folio: Eddie & Ozzie Awards–celebrating gorgeous design and uncompromising journalism.
From content connoisseurs to dynamic disruptors, marketing masters, revenue generators, and visionaries—the Folio: 100 intersects consumer, b-to-b, regional, enthusiast and association publishing—big and small.
On November 2, 2016 at the Folio: 30 Under 30 Awards Luncheon during The Folio: Show at the Hilton Midtown, Folio: honored the brightest individuals under the age of 30 who are executing on some of our industry’s most innovative ideas.
Folio:'s annual Top Women in Media Awards were created to celebrate, inspire and bring together the women who make magazine media such a dynamic industry.
The Folio: Association Media Summit speaker and director of digital content at NTHP shares her best advice for making the most of limited resources.
The Folio: Association Media Summit speaker and VP of Editorial at SHRM shares his take on the role of social in non-profit media.
Join us March 28 at the National Press Club in D.C. for a can’t miss one-day summit featuring AARP’s Bob Love.