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The winners of this year's PPA Data & Digital Publishing Awards were unveiled at a ceremony at the Victoria Park Plaza on November 10.

Congratulations to all our winning and highly commended entries; to those who made the shortlist; and to our sponsors and strategic partners.

The full list of winners is below and you can also view photos from the night in the slideshow.

The Photos

The Winners

Advertising Sales Team of the Year

IPC Media Digital Sales Team - IPC Media
Highly Commended – - Hachette Filipacchi (UK)

Marketing Team of the Year

Nuts Marketing Team - IPC Media

Paid Content Sales Team of the Year

Bankers’ Almanac - Reed Business Information

IT Development Team of the Year

John Brown Media Digital Department - John Brown Media
Highly Commended – XpertHR Development Team - Reed Business Information

Publishing Executive of the Year

Caroline Stent - Bauer Media

Newcomer of the Year

Procurement Intelligence Unit

Directory of the Year

KC Colour Pages Directory - KC Information Services

Digital Data Service of the Year

Lloyd's List Intelligence -  Informa UK
Highly Commended – Passport - Euromonitor International

App of the Year

Good Food iPad app - BBC Worldwide
Highly Commended – ELLE Collections - Hachette Filipacchi (UK)

Digital Edition of the Year

Consumer – electric! - Redwood
Business – Property Week Interactive Magazines - United Business Media
Business Highly Commended - iFlight - Reed Business Information

Product Development of the Year

Consumer – - Dennis Publishing
Business - CW+ - Computer Weekly
Business Highly Commended - Dods Legislation - Dods

Digital Publisher of the Year

Consumer – Which? Digital - Which?
Business – Digital Advance – Dods

Outstanding Achievement of the Year

Lloyd's List Intelligence - Informa UK

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