Restaurant Business a finalist for 5 B2B ‘Pulitzers’

neal awards announcement and its print complement, Restaurant Business magazine, have been named finalists in five categories of the Jesse H. Neal Awards competition, the business-to-business media’s version of the Pulitzer Prizes.

The categories include Best Media Brand, the competition recognizing the overall best B2B editorial product, and Best Website.

RB is also a finalist in the categories of Best Single Issue (May, “The Nonrestaurant Restaurant”), Best Editorial Use of Data (“Top 500 Chains”) and Best Overall Art Direction/Design, for which RB has two of the three finalists’ spots.

“Honors such as these are validation of the instincts and talents of our entire editorial team and of the investment our executives have made to ensure RB is the leading media brand for restaurateurs focused on growth and innovation,” says Kelly Killian, director of the foodservice content group for Winsight, Restaurant Business’ parent company.

The winners in each category will be named at a luncheon in New York City on March 31.

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