Awards, awards and more awards
Last week's Australasian Reporting Awards (ARA) resulted in massive success for every one of our clients who entered (all two of them!) But 100% success is still 100% success. And as Insight is the common denominator, let's draw this achievement to your attention.
NZ Super Fund
Not only did the 2015 NZ Super Fund annual report receive a Gold Award (one of only four New Zealand companies to receive a Gold), it also won best of two categories in the Special Awards:
Winner, Governance Reporting - Public Sector, and
Winner, Online Reporting - Public Sector
And all this on top of last month's win as Best Annual Report in the 2016 Asia-Pacific Excellence Awards
Our Sanford Integrated Report also made a big impact at the Awards, also winning a Gold Award, and also taking out a total of three categories in the Special Awards:
Winner, Sustainability Reporting Award - Private Sector
Winner, Integrated Reporting
Winner, ARA Hong Kong Sustainability Award
View our case study on this Integrated Report here.
Congratulations too, to the only other New Zealand company to win a Special Award: Watercare Services (Sustainability Reporting Award - Other).
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