PFM wins BSA Media Award
22 November 2007
At the BSA's Annual Media Awards last night, PFM's Editor Jane Fenwick was presented with the Award for Business Services Journalist of the Year.
At the Business Services Association dinner held last night (21st November) at the Royal Garden Hotel, London, PFM collected the BSA Media Award for Business Services Journalist of the Year. The Award was presented to PFM's editor, Jane Fenwick by the BSA's new chief executive, Mark Fox.
This the second year in succession that PFM has won a BSA Media Award. In 2006, PFM was awarded a special award for "20 years of first class service to the FM industry" to commemorate its 20 anniversary of publication.
BSA Media Awards were also presented to:
i-fm - Best electronic publication in the Business Services sector
FM World - Best publication in the Business Services Sector
Government Opportunities - Best specialist journal in the Business Services Sector
Tom Griggs, Financial Times - Best national newspaper journalist:
More than 200 guests were entertained by the BBC's political correspondent, Nick Robinson's insight into current events at home and abroad. He observed that there political concern on contracting out., since both Gordon Brown and David Cameron raised the topic at their respective party conferences this autumn. He said that there is "a maturing of the debate" and concern about how services are delivered, as well as accountability and political control issues.