Advertising agency bags international awards
In recognition of its commitment to excellence, innovation, quality and customer service, GEMS Communications, recently won two international awards, underscoring its trailblazing position in the industry.
At the 2016 ESQR’s Quality Choice Prize presentation, which held last week in Berlin, Germany, the company won the prestigious ESQR Quality Choice Award, for its continuous push for quality and innovation.
The company had earlier clinched the coveted BID International Quality Crown Award in London. The BID International Quality Crown Award recognizes companies, organizations and institutions that, through their dedication to excellence, have become international examples of efficient managerial practices focused on total quality management values and ideals. It uses excellence in leadership and management, quality and productivity, business prestige and brands, technology, innovation and growth as criteria to select winners.
Expressing delight over the awards, Managing Director of GEMS Communications Limited Atilola Odudare, said the awards have further accentuated the place of quality and innovation in the operations of the company. He maintained that the company would continue to deliver greater value to its numerous clients through innovation.
“At the heart of our operations in GEMS Communications Limited are innovation, focus on quality and exceptional customer service which have enabled us deliver cutting edge solutions to multinational organizations across the country and beyond. We have a dynamic team that places high premium on these things, which explains why we continue to produce brilliant results. Our work speaks for us as can be seen from the awards won,” Odudare explained.
The awards, he further said, would propel the company to do more in providing services that would continue to make the industry compete favourably at the international level.
Since commencement of operations over a decade ago, GEMS has redefined Out-of-Home advertising by perfectly blending emerging technologies with art and environment-friendliness.
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