Winners of the 2017 Business Travel Journalism Awards Announced
10 OCTOBER, 2017
Journalists covering meetings and business travel honoured
The winners of the 14th annual Business Travel Journalism Awards were announced during a spectacular awards dinner at The Natural History Museum last night.
Following a record number of entries to this year’s awards, journalists from national, consumer, broadcast, and trade media were recognised for their quality coverage on topics relating to business travel and meetings and events.
Cathy Newman, Channel 4 news journalist and broadcaster, hosted the night and was joined by the expert judging panel comprising of business travel and meetings managers, industry experts, and respected journalists.
Organised and promoted by leading travel management company, Carlson Wagonlit Travel, (CWT) the awards are a celebration of the achievements of individual journalists, designers and editorial teams.
Commenting on the awards, CWT’s VP and country director UK & Ireland Johan Wilson said: “Over the last 14 years the BTJAs have grown to be a highly sought-after awards. We’ve never had so many entries, from such a wide breadth of publications. Recognising the quality of journalism in this industry that supports companies in every sector is so important.”
The winners will be treated to lunch at a top London restaurant courtesy of CWT and the sponsors of the awards: Air Canada/United, Avis, Travelport, glh, Aeroflot, China Southern Airlines, Lufthansa Group, Millennium, Gulf Air, Qatar Airways and CWT Meetings & Events.
BTJAs 2017 winners list
Best Newcomer to Business Travel or Meetings & Events Journalism
Responsible Business Journalist of the Year (CSR)
Best Digital Strategy
Head for Points
Best Social Media Campaign Business Travel IQ
Supplement of the Year for Business Travel Buying Business Travel, Top 50 TMCs
Supplement of the Year award for Meetings & Events
Conference & Meetings World, Oman is waiting to meet you
News Journalist of the Year – Trade Mark Frary
News Journalist of the Year – National
Simon Calder Scoop of the Year
Features Journalist of the Year – Air
Features Journalist of the Year – Accommodation
Features Journalist of the Year – Destination
Features Journalist of the Year – Ground Transport
Features journalist of the Year – Technology
Features Journalist of the Year – Industry Trends Nione Meakin
Business Travel Editor of the Year
Meetings and Events Editor of the Year
Design Team of the Year for Business Travel or Meetings and Events
The Meetings & Events Editorial Team of the Year
The Business Travel Editorial Team of the Year
The Business Travel Magazine
About Carlson Wagonlit Travel
Companies and governments rely on us to keep their people connected. We provide their travelers with a consumer-grade travel experience, combining innovative technology with our vast experience. Every day we look after enough travelers to fill almost 200 Boeing 747s and around 100,000 hotel rooms, and handle 95 corporate events. We have more than 18,000 people in nearly 150 countries, and in 2016 posted a total transaction volume of US$ 23 billion.