Musgrave and its SuperValu Fresh was named the top customer magazine at the Irish Magazine Awards held in the Chocolate Factory. Edited by Ross-Golden Bannon with contributions from TV chef Kevin Dundon, the title is published by Musgrave Retail Partners with Caitiona Hayes, SuperValu’s food leadership brand manager in charge.
Zahra was named the publisher of the year.
Harmonia’s Irish Tatler Man was voted the top consumer magazine with sales of less than 5,000, while Irish Country Magazine, produced by the Irish Farmers Journal, won out among the consumer magazines with sales above 15,000. EuroTimes won the B2B title with a circulation of over 5,000, while The Parchment won in the under 5,000 category.
Irish Country‘s Maria Moynihan won journalist of the year.
The Irish Country Magazine team from the Irish Farmers Journal at the IMAs
The consumer cover went to the RTE Guide and the B2B cover to The Consultant. Image.ie was again voted top digital product and Image Publications’ Garden Heaven was annual of the year. Harry Weir was named top photographer for his work with Food & Wine and SuperValu Fresh. Hot Press went home with the design team of the year gong.
Aine Toner of Woman’s Way was the consumer magazine editor of the year, while Maev Martin of Irish Printer was named B2B editor. Dublin Design Night by Image Interiors & Living and Yelp was presented with the top innovation award. Dr Gunther Gruhn (pictured), aka comedian Barry Murphy, acted as the awards night’s master of ceremonies.