Globe Telecom bagged four major awards in the prestigious 10th Annual International Business Awards or the Stevie Awards, which honors achievements and positive contributions of organizations and individuals worldwide.
“We are deeply honored to be recognized for our marketing and communication efforts by such a highly-respected organization. Once again, we have shown that Globe is a game changer and truly world class,” said Yoly Crisanto, head of Corporate Communications of Globe.
There were a total of 3,300 nominations globally from over 50 countries for the awards. Globe received two Gold Awards, one for its GCASH American Express Virtual Pay launch campaign for easy and secure online shopping under the New Product or Service Introduction of the Year, and another for Tattoo Broadband’s Marked for Greatness drive which won the Marketing Campaign of the Year for Telecommunications through Harrison Communications Inc.
The annual Tatts Awards, which recognizes individuals and groups who use social media to make positive change in their community, bagged the Silver Stevie for Best Public Relations Event.
On the other hand, the Globe My Fair Share Program grabbed the Bronze Stevie for Corporate Social Responsibility Program of the Year in Asia, Australia, and New Zealand. My Fair Share empowers the communities being aided by Globe through livelihood opportunities and market access.
“Globe continues to drive innovation in the Philippines with its product offerings and services, consistently building a trusted global brand which our employees, subscribers, and various stakeholders are proud of,” Crisanto said.