tED Magazine Wins 5 ASBPE Awards

ASBPE, the American Society of Business Publication Editors, announced on June 18 that tED magazine won 5 of its Awards of Excellence.

The highest honor tED magazine received from the ASBPE is the Gold Award for the magazine’s Current section of the January 2013 issue.  ASBPE recognized the entire news section at the front of the issue as the best in its category.  The January 2013 Current section featured stories on how electrical distributors and manufacturers are supporting their communities one year after Superstorm Sandy hit the east coast, a Commodities story on the difficulty of getting platinum, a Profit Report story on when distributors need to eliminate non-profitable customers, a Clean Industry story on Crescent Electric Supply’s work with a restaurant chain to keep customers comfortable with the right lighting, plus stories on LED lighting, Electric Vehicles, and People In The News.

tED won the Gold Award in the Company Profile category for it’s story on City Electric Company called “An Ear to the Ground, an Eye On the Future” in the May, 2013 issue.  The story focused on how City Electric , based in Syracuse, New York, focuses on listening and responding to customers, cultivating a happy and knowledgeable staff, and setting it’s sights on doubling sales in the next six years.

tED also won the Gold Award in the Regular Column category for its ongoing series of stories on commodities.  The stories that were honored were from July and November of 2013, with the July story examining the future of copper prices and the November story on the potential for graphine to be used as a copper replacement.

tED magazine also won Silver Awards for Opening Page Spread – Illustration for the January 2013 issue of the magazine, and a Silver Award for Feature Article Design for the July 2013 series of stories “A View From The Top”  which focused on managing MIllennials, finding the next generation of the workforce in Electrical Distribution, and tED magazine’s annual 30 Under 35.

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