Horticulture Week shortlisted for prestigious professional publishing industry award

Horticulture Week has been named by the Professional Publishers Association as a finalist in the prestigious PPA Awards 2019 - the leading awards event for business and consumer media in the UK.

The PPA Awards recognise the very best brands operating in UK media today - and includes awards for the best digital products, outstanding print content, and the best marketing and retail activities - all in one stand-out celebration of publishing industry talent in June.

Horticulture Week is shortlisted for one of four premium awards in this year's event - Special Interest Magazine Brand of the Year - where it will compete with the likes of New Scientist and BBC Gardeners World. 

The nomination for Horticulture Week follows the brand's success in the Garden Media Guild Awards last November when Horticulture Week was voted Trade Publication of the Year 2018 - and hailed a "masterclass in trade journalism". 

Horticulture Week business director and editor Kate Lowe said Horticulture Week's nomination reflects the success of the team's sustained focus on delivering high value content to its highly engaged, senior level professional readership. 

Winners will be announed at a prestigious awards ceremony to be held on London's Park Lane in June. 


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