Georgetown Business Magazine Wins Publishing Award
Georgetown Business, the magazine of Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, recently won a Pearl Award from the Custom Content Council, in the Editorial: Best Feature Article/Package category, for the “Game On” cover story and feature from the spring 2013 edition. This is the fourth award the magazine has won since its redesign in 2009. “We strive for excellence in our communications and are honored by this recognition,” said Chris M. Kormis, associate dean and chief marketing officer at Georgetown McDonough.
“We know that Georgetown Business competes for our readers’ time and attention among all of the media offered to them, so we place a strong emphasis on including articles of substance that will attract and retain their interest.”
The magazine is produced twice a year and distributed to 25,000 people, including alumni, students, parents, faculty, staff, contributors to the school, deans of other business schools, and targeted business media.
- Lisa Edmunds