Ayala Land dominates Stevie® Awards in the 18th IBAs

The Ayala Land corporate website bested other entries in the real estate category in its thrust to enhance online information for various stakeholders.

As it enhanced initiatives to engage with its stakeholders at the time of the pandemic, Ayala Land bagged multiple Stevie® Awards in the 18th Annual International Business Awards®.

Ayala Land companies dominated this year’s IBAs, taking home 36 awards in total—11 golds, six silvers and 19 bronzes, thus winning the Grand Stevie® Award trophy for Organization of the Year – one of only six in the world’s leading omnibus business awards competition. Other Grand Stevie® winners include Google in California, LLYC in Madrid, Telkom in Jakarta, and Business Awards Consulting in Istanbul.

Ayala Land’s Circular Waste Management Program: Plastic waste turned into eco-pavers and used in Makati CBD sidewalks

ALI’s individual awards highlighted the company’s thrust towards promoting sustainability, with Ayala Land’s Zero Waste: Ayala Land’s Circular Waste Management Program winning gold in the Health, Safety & Environment Program of the Year. The program is ALI’s unique circular economy model where waste materials such as plastics were given alternative destinations for recycling and reprocessing. Despite the pandemic, ALI was able to collect some 28 metric tons of plastic waste—a total of 2.8 million plastic water bottles—enough to fill up 73 basketball courts.  

During the pandemic, ALI organized carbon forest webinars for employees working from home.

Also bagging a bronze Stevie® in the Cause & Green, Cause Event category is the company’s Carbon Forest Webinars. These webinars emphasize the importance of maintaining carbon forests and significantly reducing carbon emissions – key initiatives toward Ayala Land’s aim to be carbon neutral by 2022.

With the challenges of physically bringing clients on site visits, Ayala Land Estates introduced the Bright Spots Campaign featuring virtual tours of its commercial properties.

Innovations in digital communications also took centerstage with the Ayala Land corporate website winning gold in the real estate category. For integrating traditional and new media, the Ayala Land Estates Bright Spots Campaign won the bronze award for Communications/PR Campaign of the Year.

The Festival of Lights: Virtual Edition 2020 won bronze as Branded Content Campaign of the Year with an interactive 360-degree video of Ayala Triangle’s dancing lights, set to a medley of Christmas songs.

Meanwhile, the annual holiday highlight at the Ayala Triangle, Ayala Land Festival of Lights: Virtual Edition 2020, was recognized as bronze winner for Branded Content Campaign of the Year.

With the changes in the workplace the pandemic brings, communication with its employees was a priority for Ayala Land. The company’s internal publication, Groundbreakers 2020, was recognized with a gold Stevie® as Best House Organ for Employees as it sought to ensure…

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