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2017 Stevie Award Winners

Stevie® Award Winners in The 2017 International Business Awards

Gold, Silver and Bronze Stevie Award winners in the 14th annual IBAs are listed by category, arranged in the following groups of categories. Also listed below are the Grand Stevie Award winners.  The awards were presented during a gala event in Barcelona, Spain on 21 October.

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Winners were determined through more than two months of judging by the average scores of more than 200 professionals worldwide

Creative & Communications Media Categories
Annual Reports & Other Publications | Apps & Mobile Websites | Creative | Live Events | Video | Websites

Management Categories
Categories for executive management including Management Team of the Year, Executive of the Year, and Chairman of the Year, among others.

Company/Organization Categories
Categories that recognize the achievements of entire organizations.Includes Company of the Year, CSR Program of the Year, and Most Innovative Company of the Year, among others.

Communications, Public Relations & Investor Relations Categories
Includes Communications or PR Campaign of the Year categories, among others.

Customer Service Categories

Human Resources Categories

Information Technology Categories

Marketing Categories
Includes Marketing Campaign of the Year, among others.

New Products & Product Management Categories
Includes the categories for Best New Product or Service of the Year, among others.

Support Categories

Grand Stevie Award Winners

Winners of the 2017 Grand Stevie Awards are:

Most Honored Organization: With 120 award points earned by Gold, Silver and Bronze Stevie-winning entries submitted by affiliated agencies and offices around the world, the global communications consultancy MSLGROUP is the winner of the Grand Stevie Award trophy for Most Honored Organization of the year. MSLGROUP earned Stevies for the work done by offices from Canada, China, India, Japan, the USA and other nations, for clients as diverse as home improvement retailer Home Depot, Chinese electronics giant Huawei, and Indian consumer goods manufacturer Marico Ltd., among others.

Most Honored Public Relations Agency: With a total of 77 points earned by Gold, Silver and Bronze Stevie-winning entries submitted by their agencies and offices in Latin America, Spain and the USA, communications consultants LLORENTE & CUENCA is the winner of the Grand Stevie Award trophy for Most Honored Public Relations Agency of the year.

Most Honored Marketing Agency: With a total of 38.5 points earned by Gold, Silver and Bronze Stevie-winning entries on behalf of clients, South Korean marketing agency HANAROADCOM is the winner of the Grand Stevie Award trophy for Most Honored Marketing Agency of the year.

Most Honored Interactive Services Agency: With 23.5 points for Stevies won on behalf of clients including L’OCCITANE, Sino Hotels and Watsons Water, Hong Kong-based PRIZM is the winner of the Grand Stevie Award trophy for Most Honored Interactive Services Agency of the year for the second year in a row.

Top 10: These are the top Gold, Silver and Bronze Stevie winners among all other organizations honored in the 2017 IBAs. They’ll also be presented with Grand Stevie Award trophies.

1. CallidusCloud—Dublin, CA, USA (84 points)
2. Telkom Indonesia—Jakarta (72.5)
3. Cisco Systems—worldwide (67)
4. ASDA'A Burson-Marsteller—Dubai, United Arab Emirates (56.5)
5. Deutsche Post DHL—worldwide (55.5)
6. Weber Shandwick—worldwide (53)
7. PT Petrokimia Gresik—Gresik, Indonesia (42.5)
8. PJ Lhullier Group of Companies—Makati City, Philippines (35)
9. Odea Bank A.S. —Istanbul, Turkey (31)
10. Ooredoo—worldwide (30 points)

Nominees in the 2017 IBAs were not able to apply for the Grand Stevie Awards directly. Winners were determined by a points system based on the total number of awards won in the IBAs with a Gold Stevie win counting for three points, a Silver Stevie for two points and a Bronze Stevie win for one-and-a-half points.