More international awards
At the Australasian Reporting Awards held in Melbourne on 21 June, two of Insight's clients were recognised for their successes.
The 2016 Sanford Annual Report won the Integrated Reporting category and a Gold award. It was also a finalist for both the Sustainability Reporting award, and the supreme Report of the Year.
Here are a few of the judges’ comments:
“An excellent, well rounded application of the integrated reporting framework, with a good balance of narrative, tables, graphs and stories making the content reader friendly.” Integrated Report Award
“For such a large complex organisation organisation, this report presents a picture of simplicity. The coverage of areas of material interest to Sanford stakeholders is exemplary.” Gold Award
NZ Super Fund
The 2016 NZ Superannuation Fund Annual Report won a Gold Award and the Public Sector Governance category. The supporting Annual Review microsite was also a finalist in the Online Reporting category. This repeats their success at the 2016 awards.
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