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TT Club backs accolade honouring best journalist at Seahorse Club


International transport and logistics insurer, TT Club has again sponsored the Best Journalistic Newcomer Award that recognises media professionals active in the maritime, air cargo and logistics arena. The accolade was presented during the Seahorse Club Journalist Awards.
The winner of this year's Newcomer award was Joseph Stewart of The Naval Architect.
TT Club's risk management director Peregrine Storrs-Fox explained the Club's reasoning behind its support for the award: "Effective communication through the media is an important priority in all walks of life. In this supply chain sector, TT Club wants to recognise and nurture those who have recently chosen to work in related media."
The award entries were judged by a panel of international media and marketing communications professionals after editors of media outlets in the sector were asked to nominate journalists with no more than two years' experience who show outstanding potential, demonstrating a clear understanding of the salient issues facing the modern freight transport industry.
Furthermore, the editors were urged to identify candidates producing consistently high-quality content, providing an informative read and a balanced view on the subject at hand.
Award winner Joseph Steward only joined The Naval Architect as editorial assistant last December, previously working on books about Lego for Dorling Kindersley, but has quickly developed a firm understanding of the complex issues that dominate discussion in the maritime industry, according to Shipping Gazette.

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