08 December 2023
Stamp Collector magazine has received multiple nominations in the 'Best Publication' category for this year's PTS Awards, the award ceremony run by the Philatelic Traders' Society.
Launched in 2020 to celebrate the best in the stamp business, the PTS Awards seek to recognise PTS Members who invest in the hobby, innovate, and inspire others.
This year Stamp Collector magazine, the monthly publication published in the UK and available to read around the world in print and digital editions, has received multiple nominations. Now the votes are open and the team behind the popular magazine are asking for your vote!
You can make your vote at: www.thepts.net/vote
Voting closes on 19 December, with the winners announced the next day
The nomination for the magazine explains:
Stamp Collector magazine consistently provides engaging, inclusive, and entertaining content, whilst also working closely with the philatelic community - including the philatelic trade and the world of organised philately - to keep collectors inspired and informed.
The content in the monthly magazine covers a wealth of different subjects, catering to collectors of many different topics and countries, and of all levels, from beginner to expert, without ever excluding readers or 'dumbing down' coverage. With its active digital platforms, including email and popular digital edition, the magazine - and wider brand - is also reaching a wider audience, engaging with collectors no matter where they obtain their information.
Ultimately Stamp Collector encourages and supports all stamp collectors, whilst celebrating our wonderful hobby.
The categories this year are:
- Best Website
- Best Publication
- Best Social Media
- Best Physical Space
Simon Carson, PTS Chairman, said:
‘The PTS Awards are a wonderful way for us to celebrate the best-in-class and rising stars within our philatelic community. We have hundreds of members so it’s nice to take some time at the end of each year to celebrate those pushing the boundaries in how they interact with collectors.
'I’m thrilled that we have some new categories this year and can’t wait to see who the public vote for as their winners!'