THREE Singapore magazines - SilverKris, Singapore Health and The Johnnie Walker House Edit - have emerged from nearly 1,900 competing entries from around the world to win honours at the Apex Awards 2015.
The three custom-published titles from SPH Magazines were winners at the US-based Apex Awards, which recognise excellence in publishing by professional communicators, Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) said yesterday.
The September 2014 issue of SilverKris, the monthly inflight travel magazine of Singapore Airlines, won the Grand Award in the design and layout category under magazines, journals and tabloids.
In the same section, The Johnnie Walker House Edit Vol 2 was singled out by the judges for an Award of Excellence in the writing category.
The winning issue of the quarterly magazine focused on the concept of creation, with articles and essays that celebrate original ideas and the people who bring them to life.
Singapore Health also received an Award of Excellence for its November/December 2014 issue under the custom-published category.
The bi-monthly newspaper highlights medical breakthroughs and issues, and "translates" them into layman-friendly terms and compelling case studies.
Ms Dora Tay, senior editor of custom publishing at SPH Magazines, said: "The teams working on the winning magazines are proud to be recognised for their efforts.
"Awards like these help to validate and confirm that we are on the right track, and we will continue to strive to produce magazines that not only serve our clients' purposes, but are also a source of pride."