Meet the Next Outsourcing Hot Spot: Vietnam

Posted by Daniel Ferguson on Tue, Apr 28, 2020 @ 12:15 PM

Vietnam has become a popular location for business outsourcing, and Stevie-winner Swiss Post Solutions thrives on solving customer challenges in the most effective manner.

For decades, India ruled the roost as an outsourced software development destination. While it continues to attract businesses looking to build IT teams overseas, it’s not the only major country doing so. Most prominent among these emerging destinations is Vietnam. Its lower costs, favorable business policies, robust economy, and increasingly skilled workforce are driving investments from businesses like Intel, Samsung, IBM, and Microsoft.


Vietnam’s Rise Through the Rankings

In 2010, Gartner released a list of the top 30 countries for offshore IT services, and Vietnam made its first appearance in that year. Five years later, in a similar report by Gartner, Vietnam rose to one of the top five countries, and it has maintained its ranking ever since.

Vietnam’s outsourcing industry has grown between 20 and 35 percent every year over the past decade. In 2015, it surpassed $2 billion in revenue.

Spotlight on Vietnam, a PwC report released in 2017, highlighted business process outsourcing (BPO) as one of the key opportunities for foreign investors.

“The growth so far has been encouraging,” said Dinh Thi Quynh Van, general director of PwC Vietnam. “Vietnam is already the second-largest outsourcing partner for Japanese IT firms, just behind India. We hope to see many more industries in the future.”

The Vietnam Advantage

Almost two-thirds of Vietnam’s population is under 35 years of age. This young generation is highly skilled and motivated. According to a 2015 report by the World Economic Forum, Vietnam is one of the top 10 countries in terms of most engineering graduates.

Also, with the government’s push to teach English as a second language rather than a foreign language, this young workforce is actively scaling the language barrier that was once a cause for concern.

Workplace loyalty is strong in Vietnam, which is why they have low attrition rates (between 6 and 8 percent). This is another strong point in the country’s favor, as businesses grapple with high employee turnover in most Asia-Pacific (APAC) countries.

Besides an improving infrastructure and access to inexpensive, highly skilled talent, the government’s proactive efforts to attract foreign investment are also critical to Vietnam’s continued growth. The Doing Business 2020 report, by World Bank, ranked Vietnam 70th among 190 economies in ease of doing business. As of October 2019, foreign direct investment (FDI) into Vietnam has risen by 7.4 percent year over year.

Challenges in Outsourcing to Vietnam

As with outsourcing to just about any country in the APAC region, cultural, logistical, and legal challenges present themselves when working with Vietnamese providers. One way to anticipate these challenges and to learn how to tackle them is to send an on-ground team to Vietnam that can build relationships and get familiar with the Vietnamese culture. This will help organizations understand the business and political landscape, including taxation, paperwork, and procedures. It will also allow a business to get a head start on recruitment.

There are also productivity challenges that come with working with remote teams. This can be addressed by following best practices, instituting training, and ensuring extensive documentation.

Finally, Vietnam currently does not have the infrastructure to support large teams with thousands of employees. At the moment, the country is best suited for small to midsize operations.

One of Many

Swiss_Post_Solutions_logoOne of the companies that bagged a Silver Stevie® Award in the Company of the Year - Business or Professional Services - Large category at The 2019 International Business Awards® was Swiss Post Solutions Vietnam, which is based in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

“We are a young, competitive, and innovative organization that thrives on solving customer challenges in the most effective manner,” says Ha Doi, corporate marketing executive at Swiss Post Solutions.

Swiss Post Solutions, which focuses on providing high-quality document management, BPO, and IT operational services, is one of many Vietnamese companies backed by a young team with an innovative culture. Any of these could be your next outsourcing match as you scale your business.

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Topics: International business awards, company of the year, The International Business Awards, 2019 International Business Awards, business services awards

Businesses Recruit AI in Fight Against Mobile Ad Fraud

Posted by Daniel Ferguson on Mon, Apr 27, 2020 @ 05:29 PM

As mobile ad fraud becomes more sophisticated, it becomes more difficult to catch using traditional methods. Stevie-winner Scalarr, Inc. is a mobile fraud detection company that uses machine learning to identify and prevent fraud.

Online fraud is almost as old as the internet itself, and as this technology progressed, fraud evolved and kept pace. In mobile ad fraud, fraudsters abuse mobile advertising technology to swindle online publishers, advertisers, and supply partners.


According to The Economic Cost of Bad Actors on the Internet, Ad Fraud 2019, by Cheq, a cybersecurity company based in New York, United States, direct and indirect economic and social costs of global ad fraud could amount up to $30 billion in 2019. 

“I have studied the economic costs of fraud in many sectors for decades, and I was left stunned by the scale of fraud in online advertising,” economist Roberto Cavazos said in the report.

Cavazos is a professor at the University of Baltimore in Baltimore, Maryland, United States, and he worked on the report with Cheq.

AppFlyer, a mobile app analytics firm headquartered in San Francisco, California, United States, monitored 2.5 billion installs across 9,500 mobile apps in the first six months of 2019 and extrapolated their results to a global scale. They revealed a whopping 22.6 percent of nonorganic app installs globally could be classified as fraudulent. They published this and other findings in a report titled State of Mobile Fraud, 2019.

The Different Faces of Mobile Ad Fraud

Fraudsters attempting to steal advertising budgets are an ingenious lot. According to Stevie-winner Scalarr, a mobile ad fraud detection company based in Wilmington, Delaware, United States, new and increasingly sophisticated frauds emerge every day. These include smart bots, intelligent device farms, and mixed fraud. 

“Fraudsters have become so smart that you can’t catch them by traditional methods anymore,” says Olga Bazarova, marketing lead at Scalarr.

The AppFlyer report reiterates this sentiment. It reveals that fraudsters are reacting to protection measures at an unprecedented pace. In 2018, it took them a month or two to react; now they do so in a couple of days. 

The upshot of many of these reports is that mobile fraud is ubiquitous, and no platform or publisher is safe.

“Mobile marketers tend to believe that ‘trusted’ traffic sources, such as Facebook, Google, and ad video networks, are a panacea against fraud, and they redistribute marketing budgets there. In 2019, though, we saw a lot of examples of fraud on trusted sources, confirming that fraudsters always follow the money,” said Bazarova.

Mobile ad fraud targets all stages of online advertising, from impressions to clicks to app installs. It even targets in-app purchases. The Financial Times, a daily newspaper headquartered in London, England, United Kingdom, was shocked by the scale of domain spoofing against its site. In domain spoofing, fraudsters eat into advertising budgets by masquerading as a popular domain that can display ads.

“The scale of the fraud we found is jaw-dropping,” says Anthony Hitchings, the digital advertising operations director at the Financial Times. “The industry continues to waste marketing budgets on what is essentially organized crime.”

AI to the Rescue

The speed and scale at which mobile ad fraud has evolved indicates it’s not something mobile developers or marketers can tackle alone. Detecting fraudulent installs is a mammoth task requiring analysis of numerous parameters and correlations.

Mobile ad fraud intelligence and protection solutions are increasingly and successfully relying on machine learning (ML) and big data to identify and to prevent fraud. Scalarr, AppFlyer, Cheq, and several other companies offering fraud detection and protection use ML algorithms to counter the attacks and to ensure marketers acquire only real users.

While the assumption is that fraudsters can’t work around these AI-backed countermeasures, only time will tell how this plays out. 

Scalarr Inc. recently won a Silver Stevie® Award in the Tech Startup of the Year - Services category and a Bronze Stevie® in the Startup of the Year - Business Services Industries category at The 2019 International Business Awards®.

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Topics: International business awards, The International Business Awards, Startup of the Year, 2019 International Business Awards, business services awards

Navigating a Crisis: 6 Ways the Stevie® Awards for Women in Business Winners are Innovating in Response to COVID-19

Posted by Nina Moore on Fri, Apr 24, 2020 @ 03:47 PM

The COVID-19 pandemic has altered the ways we think about our routine habits and work environments, among other lifestyle practices. For businesses large and small around the world, the importance of putting people over profits has heightened. The mission of the Stevie Awards is to honor and generate public recognition of the achievements and positive contributions of organizations and working professionals worldwide.

We’d like to recognize some of the ways that Stevie Awards for Women in Business winners and 2019 Women|Future Conference attendees have pivoted their services, products and strategies to help individuals, businesses and communities impacted by the virus.

While thousands of Stevie Award winners are doing incredible work in their fields during this time, here are six that make the top of our list:

1. Arco + Associates, St. Louis, MO


Andrea Arco is the founder and CEO of Arco + Associates, LLC, a marketing communications firm based in St. Louis, MO that serves clients nationwide. Her company is a 2019 Silver Stevie® Award for Women in Business winner in the Women-Run Workplace of the Year category. Andrea also served as a panelist during the 2019 Women|Future Conference Panel – “The Significance and Simplification of Being Strategic.” Since March 2020, the Arco team has been offering an incredible value of free 30-minute virtual consultations to any business executives and owners looking for strategic marketing advice during this time. The sessions cover everything from messaging to clients, talking through fears, remote working strategies, bounce back marketing strategies, and more. Learn more about the Arco + Associates COVID-19 response here.


2. ScriptDrop, Columbus, OH 

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ScriptDrop is a nationwide prescription delivery startup. The company’s president Amanda Way is a Silver Stevie® winner for the Women in Business Awards category Female Entrepreneur of the Year – Business Services. ScriptDrop has recently switched from solely a business-to-business model to a consumer-facing one. Its prescription delivery service is making a difference in the lives of all patients who are sheltering at home without a way of getting required medications by enabling pharmacies to deliver directly to customers’ homes. ScriptDrop Founder Nicholas Potts explained this shift during this April 21st  interview with Fortune: “The coronavirus pandemic has meant a sevenfold increase in order volumes—and the execution of a multiyear business plan in just six weeks.” Learn more.


3. Jeunesse Global, Lake Mary, FL

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Jeunesse Global is a global direct selling company with a mission to impact the world by helping people look and feel young, while empowering each other to unleash their potential. The company’s exclusive skin care and nutritional products are available in more than 145 countries around the world. Jeunesse Founder and Chief Operations Officer Wendy Lewis is a Gold Stevie winner for Female Entrepreneur of the Year – Business Products. Jeunesse has added new products to its Youth Enhancement skincare line in response to COVID-19. The newest addition is the AlōClnz Hand Sanitizer single use packets. Jeunesse also recently donated $500,000 USD to COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund. Learn more.


4. Income Access (a Paysafe Company), Montreal, Quebec (Headquartered)

  income access

Income Access is an affiliate software provider, digital marketing agency and affiliate network that serves the iGaming, lottery and forex industries. The company received a 2019 Bronze Stevie Award for Women in Business in the Women-Run Workplace of the Year category. During the COVID-19 outbreak, Income Access key leaders have been hosting webinars about how to create a contingency plan and maintain affiliate marketing business during trying times. Income Access SVP and General Manager, Tara Wilson recently spoke on the April 22, 2020 free webinar Business as Unusual. Making Remote Work 'Work'  about keeping teams productive and connected from a distance. Tara Wilson was a Moderator on the 2019 Women|Future Conference panel “The Art of Inclusion: How to Craft Your Company's Diversity Mosaic” and is currently serving on the 2020 Women|Future Conference Advisory Board.

In addition, Paysafe has been providing solutions for small business that want to pivot their model to include an online scheduling or order ahead service using POS systems. For businesses not currently operating a sophisticated POS system, Paysafe works with their payment services provider to launch lightweight solutions such as Clover Go or Clover Flex.


5. TriageLogic Group, Jacksonville, FL


Triagelogic is a URAC-accredited physician-led company that offers leading-edge solutions for patient care management including emergency healthcare solutions that can be implemented quickly for remote monitoring. Dr. Charu Raheja is the co-founder and CEO of the TriageLogic. She and her team are working tirelessly to help as many healthcare organizations as possible during this crisis. TriageLogic is offering free COVID-19 Protocols to doctor’s offices and hospitals to efficiently triage those who may have been exposed or who are concerned about the virus. The company CTO spoke on live TV network News4Jax to explain the do's and don'ts of wearing a protective face mask. If you need help setting up a #COVID-19 hotline, contact or call (855) 734-4463.

TriageLogic Group and Dr. Charu Raheja are 2018 Stevie® Awards For Women in Business winners. TriageLogic is a Silver Stevie® Award winner in the Company/Organization Awards category, and Charu is a Gold Stevie® Award winner in the Individual Awards category for Women in Business. Dr. Charu Raheja was a breakout session speaker at the 2019 Women|Future Conference; her session was titled “Finding Your True Self and Meaningful Support at Work.”


6. Noonday Collection, Austin, TX


Noonday Collection designs and sells jewelry and accessories made by Artisans in some of the world's most vulnerable communities. The company partners with Artisan Businesses through fair trade, empowering them to grow sustainably and to create dignified jobs for people who need them. Noonday announced on April 21, 2020  that they are partnering with @nokidhungry to help end childhood hunger. In a time when schools have closed their doors, kids in need have missed millions of school meals that their families rely on. They are also running contests on social media to nominate healthcare workers to receive healthcare packages and work appropriate Noonday accessories. Noonday Founder and Co-CEO Jessica Honegger is a 2019 Gold Stevie® Awards for Women in Business winner in the category Female Entrepreneur of the Year- Business Products.


About the Stevie Awards for Women in Business

The Stevie Awards for Women in Business are the world’s premier business awards for female entrepreneurs, executives, employees, and the organizations they run. All organizations and individuals worldwide are eligible to submit entries to the competition. The awards feature categories to recognize achievement in many facets of work life, including:

  • Entrepreneur Awards
  • Executive Awards
  • Achievement Awards
  • Management Team Awards
  • Company of the Year Awards
  • Communications & Marketing Awards
  • PR Awards
  • Media Awards
  • New Product & Service Awards
  • Website & App Awards
  • And More

More than 200 professionals around the world will participate in the judging process, and entrants have access to all of the judges’ comments and suggestions about their entries; an invaluable resource! Finalists are announced in early October 2020, and the Gold, Silver and Bronze Stevie winners will be revealed during the Las Vegas award ceremony on November 13, in conjunction with the 2020 Women|Future Conference.


Interested in nominating your business in the 2020 Stevie Awards for Women in Business

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About the Women|Future Conference

This two-day conference for women encourages engaging connections, professional and personal development, and health and financial wellness through motivational keynotes, educational sessions, and networking. The mission of the Women|Future Conference is to help women share insights about the changes that will impact their businesses, their industries, their careers, and their lives.

Speakers and topics address the latest innovations and impending change in areas such as technology, sustainability, career planning, social media, government regulation, access to capital, and more. With panel discussions, a must-see keynote, plenty of networking opportunities, case studies from Stevie® winners, and a showcase of young women-owned businesses, this is an event you don’t want to miss! Learn more.


Registration is open for the 2020 Women|Future Conference, November 12-13 at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.

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Topics: stevie awards for women in business, women awards, women in business awards, Women in Business, 2019 Stevie Awards for Women in Business, Women Future Conference, Women Future Conference 2020, WomenFuture Conference

Stevie® Awards điều chỉnh lịch trìnhGiải thưởng Kinh doanh Quốc tế lần thứ 17

Posted by Clara Im on Wed, Apr 22, 2020 @ 04:56 AM

Thời hạn được lùi lại nhằm cung cấp thêm thời gian gửi đề cử do ảnh hưởng của COVID-19

The Stevie® Awards, Nhà tổ chức Giải thưởng Kinh doanh Quốc tế (International Business Awards®) hôm nay đã thông báo lịch trình Giải thưởng năm 2020 (lần thứ 17) vừa được điều chỉnh do đại dịch COVID-19.

Giải thưởng Kinh doanh Quốc tế được biết đến rộng rãi là cuộc thi về kinh doanh hàng đầu thế giới. Năm 2019 cuộc thi đã thu hút hơn 4000 đề cử từ các công ty/tổ chức trên 70 quốc gia.

 “Chúng tôi nhận thấy cần thiết phải lùi thời hạn gửi đề cử để các công ty/tổ chức bị ảnh hưởng bởi đại dịch có thêm thời gian chuẩn bị,” Maggie Gallagher - Chủ Tịch Stevie Awards cho biết.


Lịch trình IBA được điều chỉnh như sau:

  • Thời hạn ban đầu là 13/5 nay được lùi tới 24/6.
  • Thời hạn nộp muộn các đề cử phải nộp phụ phí được lùi từ 17/6 đến 28/7.
  • Quá trình xét duyệt do hơn 250 chuyên gia trên thế giới thực hiện sẽ bắt đầu từ cuối tháng 6 và kéo dài đến 31/8.
  • Ngày công bố giải Vàng, Bạc, Đồng sẽ được dời từ 11/8 đến 9/9.

IBA schedule change

Lễ trao giải IBA vinh danh những người chiến thắng lần thứ 17 sẽ vẫn được tổ chức tại Paris - Pháp ngày 24/10.

Giải IBA 2020 sẽ ghi nhận thành tích kể từ đầu năm 2019 của các tổ chức, đội nhóm và cá nhân trong nhiều hạng mục khác nhau. Thông tin chi tiết về việc gửi đề cử có sẵn tại

Bà Gallagher nhấn mạnh IBA có hơn 40 hạng mục được miễn phí đề cử, bao gồm tất cả 35 hạng mục dành cho Công ty/Tổ chức của năm và có nhiều tính năng mới của IBA được sửa đổi cho năm 2020, bao gồm:

  • 9 Hạng mục mới trong đó ghi nhận những thành tựu đơn lẻ trong các lĩnh vực như quay vòng vốn trong kinh doanh, tài chính, tạo doanh thu và khoa học công nghệ.
  • Đơn giản hoá trong các yêu cầu gửi đề cử các hạng mục dành cho Công ty/Tổ chức, Truyền thông Doanh nghiệp và PR, Marketing và Sản phẩm & Dịch vụ mới.

Vài nét về Stevie® Awards

Giải thưởng Stevie được trao tặng trong tám chương trình: Giải thưởng Stevie Châu Á - Thái Bình Dương, Giải thưởng Stevie của Đức, Giải thưởng Kinh doanh Hoa Kỳ, Giải thưởng Kinh doanh Quốc tế, Giải thưởng Stevie cho Nhà tuyển dụng xuất sắc, Giải thưởng Stevie cho Phụ nữ trong Kinh doanh, Giải thưởng Stevie cho Bán hàng & Dịch vụ khách hàng và chương trình mới là Giải thưởng Stevie khu vực Trung Đông. Cuộc thi Stevie Awards nhận được hơn 12.000 bài dự thi mỗi năm từ các tổ chức ở hơn 70 quốc gia. Tôn vinh các tổ chức thuộc mọi loại hình và quy mô và những người đứng sau họ, Stevies ghi nhận những màn thể hiện xuất sắc tại nơi làm việc trên toàn thế giới. Tìm hiểu thêm về Giải thưởng Stevie tại

Topics: business awards, The Stevie Awards, Asia-Pacific Stevie Awards, The International Business Awards, Giải thưởng Stevie, Giải thưởng Kinh doanh Quốc tế

스티비® 어워즈, 제17회 국제비즈니스대상(IBA) 새 일정 발표

Posted by Clara Im on Wed, Apr 22, 2020 @ 04:34 AM

코로나 19로 인한 태업으로 준비 시간이 부족했던

세계의 기업들에 출품작 마감일 연장

국제비즈니스대상(International Business Awards®, IBA)을 주최하는 스티비 어워즈(Stevie® Awards)는 코로나19 팬데믹(세계적 유행병) 때문에 2020 (제17회) 대회의 남은 일정이 변경되었다고 발표했다.

스티비 어워즈는 아시아-태평양 스티비상(Asia-Pacific Stevie Awards), 국제비즈니스대상(The International Business Awards®), 여성 기업인 스티비 대상(Stevie Awards for Women in Business), 영업 및 고객서비스 스티비 대상(Stevie Awards for Sales & Customer Service), 위대한회사 스티비상(Stevie Awards for Great Employers), 미국 비즈니스 대상(The American Business Awards®), 독일 스티비상(German Stevie Awards), 중동 스티비상(Middle East Stevie Awards)의 8개 프로그램을 운영하고 있는 미국의 조직이며, 모든 형태와 규모의 조직 및 그 조직을 이끄는 사람들의 명예를 기리고 전세계 기업들이 창출해낸 뛰어난 성과들을 인정하는 일을 하고 있다.

국제비즈니스대상은 '비즈니스계의 오스카상'으로 불리는 세계 최고의 비즈니스 대상 프로그램의 하나이며, 2019년에는 70개국 이상에서 4,000여 출품작이 제출되어 경쟁했다.  

스티비 어워즈의 매기 갤러거(Maggie Gallagher) 대표는 "팬데믹에 의해 영향 받는 조직들에 출품작을 준비하고 제출할 수 있는 시간을 더 드리기 위해 출품 마감일을 조금 더 늘리는 것이 필요하다고 판단했다"고 말했다.

출품요강 보기(영문)

변경된 2020 IBA 일정은 다음과 같다.

  • 출품작 마감일, 5월 13일에서 6월 24일로 변경
  • 지체료를 내고 출품할 수 있는 늦은 출품 마감일, 6월 17일에서 7월 28일로 변경
  • 전 세계 250여명의 전문가들로 구성된 심사위원단에 의한 심사, 6월 말에 시작되어 8월 31일까지 지속
  • 금, 은, 동 스티비상 수상자 발표, 8월 11일에서 9월 9일로 변경

IBA schedule change

스티비상 수상자들을 축하하는 제17회 IBA의 시상식은 10월 24일 프랑스 파리에서 개최될 예정이다.  

2020 IBA는 조직, 팀, 개인들의 2019년 이후 비즈니스 성취를 다양한 카테고리에서 시상한다. 출품 관련 상세한 사항은 홈페이지(에서 확인할 수 있다.

갤러거 대표는 '올해의 기업/조직(Company/Organization of the Year)'의 35개 카테고리를 비롯 출품료를 내지 않는 40개 이상의 카테고리가 있다고 강조했다. 2020년 IBA의 새로운 특징들로, 비즈니스 전환, 재정, 수익 창출, 과학과 기술 등과 같은 분야의 특별한 비즈니스 성취를 치하하는 9개의 새로운 카테고리가 있으며, 기업/조직, 기업 커뮤니케이션 & 홍보, 마케팅, 신제품 & 제품 경영 카테고리 그룹의 제출 요건이 간소화되었다.

Topics: International business awards, The Stevie Awards, 스티비상, 스티비 어워즈, The International Business Awards, 국제비즈니스대상

Stevie®Awards 第17回International Business Awards®のスケジュールを改訂

Posted by Clara Im on Wed, Apr 22, 2020 @ 04:16 AM


The International Business Awards®の主催者であるStevie®Awardsは本日2020年(第17回)のスケジュールをCOVID-19パンデミックのため改訂したと発表しました。

International Business Awards、世界れたビジネス表彰コンテストと広くみなされています 2019のコンテストでは70か国以上の組織から4,000件を超える応募がありました。

「私たちはCOVID-19パンデミックの影響けているの応募提出に多少の時間を提供するため、締切を少し延ばす必要があると判断致しました。」とStevie® Awardsのマギー・ギャラガー社長は述べました。


2020 International Business Awards®のスケジュールの変更点は、次のとおりです。

  • 当初513とされていた応募締めりは624に変更されます
  • 遅延料金を支払って応募できる締切は617から728に変更されます。
  • 世界中250人を超える専門家の審査員による審査は、6月下旬に開始され831日まで行われます。
  • Stevie®Awardsのゴールドシルバーブロンズ受賞の発表は、当初811日の予定でしたが、99日に発表される予定です。

IBA schedule change

Stevie® Awards 受賞者が表彰される第17International Business Awards®の表彰式は、現在の所まだ10月24日にフランスのパリで開催の予定です。

2020年のInternational Business Awards®は、2019年初めからのさまざまなカテゴリーの組織、チーム、および個人の業績を表彰します。エントリーの詳細はをご覧ください。

マギー・ギャラガー社長は、International Business Awards®には、35の年間最優秀企業/組織カテゴリーのすべて含むエントリー料金が不要な40を超えるカテゴリーがあり、以下を含む2020年のInternational Business Awards®の新しい機能や改訂された特徴を強調しました :

  • 企業の業績回復ファイナンス収益創出、科学技術などの分野での卓越したビジネスの成果を評価する9つの新しいカテゴリー。
  • 会社/組織、企業広報、広報、マーケティングおよび新製品およ製品管理のカテゴリーの応募について提出要件簡素化。



Topics: International business awards, The Stevie Awards, The International Business Awards, スティービー賞, 国際・ビジネス賞

Stevie®奖调整第17届国际商业奖(International Business Awards®)时间表

Posted by Clara Im on Wed, Apr 22, 2020 @ 04:08 AM


国际商业奖®(International Business Awards®,以下简称 IBA)的主办方Stevie®奖,今天宣布,由于新冠肺炎疫情,2020年(第17)的参赛时间表已被修改。

国际商业奖®被广泛认为是全球首屈一指商业奖项, 2019年吸引了来自70多个国家/地区的组织的4000多个项目参与。

Stevie Awards 总裁Maggie Gallagher表示:“我们认为有必要将报名截止日期推迟一些,以便让受到新冠肺炎疫情影响的组织有更多时间来准备和提交提名。”


调整后的 2020年 IBA时间表的更改如下:

  • 报名截止日期原定为5月13日,改期为6月24日;
  • 延迟报名截止日期(依然接受报名,但需支付滞纳金),从6月17日推迟到7月28日;
  • 由全球250多名专业人员组成的评审团将在6月下旬开始评审,并将持续到8月31日;
  • 最初定于8月11日宣布金、银和铜史蒂夫奖的获奖者,现在改为9月9日宣布。

IBA schedule change




  • 类别,以表彰在业务周转、财务、营收和科技等领域中的独特业务成就。
  • 简化了公司/组织、企业传播与公共关系、市场营销以及新产品和产品管理类别组中的提交要求。


史蒂夫®奖共有八大奖项,包括-太平洋史蒂夫(Asia-Pacific Stevie Awards)、史蒂夫(German Stevie Awards)、业奖(American Business Awards®)、国际业奖(The International Business Awards®)、史蒂夫女性企(Stevie Awards for Women in Business)、史蒂夫秀雇主(Stevie Awards for Great Employers) 、以及史蒂夫务奖(Stevie Awards for Sales & Customer Service)以及新设的中东史蒂夫奖(Middle East Stevie Awards)。



Topics: International business awards, The Stevie Awards, 国际商业大奖, The International Business Awards, 国际商务大奖, 史蒂夫奖, 国际商业奖

With MAD-learn, Today’s Student’s are the Future of App Development

Posted by Maggie Gallagher on Mon, Apr 20, 2020 @ 01:19 PM

Summary: As technology races forward, there’s greater and greater uncertainty about what the future job market is going to look like, which is precisely why educational technology company MAD-learn seeks to turn students from consumers of tech into creators of it. In this piece, we explore how they go about this mission and why the Stevie® Awards honored their efforts with a Gold distinction.

In today’s landscape, technological discoveries and creations are increasing exponentially. With this rapid rate of change and development, it’s nearly impossible to anticipate what the job market is going to look like in even ten to twenty years, and it’s that very uncertainty that contributed to the creation of MAD-learn.

What Is MAD-learn?

MAD-learn, which is based out of Atlanta, Georgia, United States, is an educational technology company that runs a mobile app creation program for students. (MAD stands for “mobile app development.”) The curriculum focuses on bringing the concepts and tools of app development to students ranging from kindergartners to twelfth-graders. The program enables students to build their very own mobile apps. The web-based tool empowers all teachers—not just teachers of technology—to engage students in app development.

mad learn 3Alefiya Master is the founder and CEO of MAD-learn. Her educational background and professional experience motivated her to start the company.

“Alefiya has a degree in education and psychology from Emory University, and she’s gone through training and had experience as a Montessori teacher,” says Doreen Frempong-Baah, the project manager at MAD-learn. “She’s a teacher-turned-entrepreneur, and her background truly powers her passion for wide-scale educational improvement.”

What started as a small company has since grown into a program that serves over twenty thousand students across thirty states and five countries. Using just one metric of success, the company doubled its revenue in 2019 and is on track to do the same in 2020.

mad learn 2

Technology Creation, Not Just Consumption

One of the driving principles of MAD-learn is the desire to empower today’s children to gain the skill sets necessary to solve tomorrow’s unknown problems.

“By employing our design-thinking program, we can engender twenty-first-century technology literacy, as well as teach students vital and transferable skills that will enable them to gain experience with problem identification and solution,” says Frempong-Baah. “By using the design-thinking process, we’re preparing today’s students for tomorrow’s careers. Ultimately, we aim to inspire students to become creators of technology and not just consumers of it.”

Because of the rapid rate of technological change, and the uncertainty it brings, the curriculum of MAD-learn leans heavily on the process of learning how to solve problems.

“When we don't know what jobs are going to be available ten years from now, we have to teach kids how to create,” says Frempong-Baah. “It’s important to have all kids learn to think and to create for themselves.”

Teaching children how to tackle future problems isn’t just about ensuring a spot in the workforce. It’s about learning how to harness available technology to solve global-scale problems. It is this sentiment that spurred the launch of MAD About Mattering, another initiative of MAD-learn.

“We believe strongly in global collaboration, and that’s why we created MAD About Mattering. It enables students around the world to connect and collaborate virtually to create apps that solve social problems,” says Frempong-Baah. “We’re extremely excited about the opportunity for more kids around the planet to create world-changing apps that will solve social problems and improve lives.”

Impact of Winning a Stevie® Award

MAD-learn was honored with a Gold Stevie® Award in the category of Best New Product or Service of the Year - Consumer Products at the 2019 Stevie® Awards for Women in Business. For MAD-learn, this honor has had both internal company-wide effects, as well as a sweeping positive external impact.

“Winning this award has been such an exciting time for the organization as a whole. It’s truly motivation to keep working harder,” says Frempong-Baah. “Through the exposure of the award, we have also gained more global recognition, which has increased our social media following and our overall brand recognition. Both help us keep doing our important work.”

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Topics: stevie awards for women in business, tech awards, mobile application awards, student awards, app development

Stevie® Awards Revises 17th International Business Awards® Schedule

Posted by Maggie Gallagher on Wed, Apr 15, 2020 @ 09:00 AM

Deadlines Extended to Provide More Time to Submit Nominations Amid COVID-19 Slowdown

The Stevie® Awards, organizers of The International Business Awards®, announced today that the remaining schedule for the 2020 (17th annual) edition of the awards has been revised because of the  COVID-19 pandemic.

The International Business Awards are widely considered to be the world's premier business awards competition.  In 2019 the competition attracted more than 4,000 nominations from organizations in more than 70 nations.

“We assessed that it’s necessary to push the entry deadlines out a bit to provide more time to prepare and submit nominations to organizations that are effected by the pandemic,” said Stevie Awards president Maggie Gallagher.


Changes to the 2020 IBA calendar are as follows:

  • The entry deadline, originally scheduled for 13 May, is rescheduled to 24 June
  • The late entry deadline, through which nominations are accepted with payment of a late fee, is pushed to 28 July from 17 June
  • Judging by the juries of more than 250 professionals around the world now will begin in late June and continue through 31 August
  • The announcement of the Gold, Silver, and Bronze Stevie Award winners, originally slated for 11 August, will now be made on 9 September.

IBA schedule change

The 17th IBA awards gala, at which the Stevie winners will be celebrated, is still scheduled to be held in Paris, France on 24 October.

The 2020 IBAs will recognize achievements since the beginning of 2019 of organizations, teams, and individuals in a wide variety of categories.  Entry details are available at

Gallagher emphasized that the IBAs feature more than 40 categories that don’t require the payment of entry fees, including all 35 of the Company/Organization of the Year categories, and that there are many new and revised features of the IBAs for 2020, including:

  • Nine new categories to recognize singular business achievements in areas such as business turnaround, finance, revenue generation, and science and technology, among others.
  • The simplification of submission requirements in the Company/Organization, Corporate Communications & Public Relations, Marketing, and New Product & Product Management category groups.

Topics: marketing awards, International business awards, international business

How Mobility as a Service (MaaS) Is Changing the Way the World Moves

Posted by Daniel Ferguson on Fri, Apr 10, 2020 @ 03:45 PM

Stevie-winner Cubic Transporation Systems has capitalized on the need for transportation services to create a service that allows travelers to plan effectively and stay on the move.

In the next decade, research suggests that fewer than 25 percent of Americans will own private cars. Instead, people will be making smarter choices inspired by environmental or budgetary concerns. Car sharing and taxicab-style options, such as Uber, are becoming even more popular. Travelers are also using traffic management apps to plan and to pay for their journeys on public transport to help ensure delay-free commuting. The future of transportation in cities is expected to change radically in the future, and mobility as a service (MaaS) has a large part to play in that.


What Is Mobility as a Service (MaaS)? 

Mobility as a service, or transport as a service, places the consumer firmly at the center of the travel experience. MaaS provides an on-demand, mobile-friendly platform for commuters. It seamlessly integrates a combination of transport methods, from bike sharing to taxis to short-term car leasing. From travel planning to end payment, the consumer can organize an entire trip via the MaaS platform. By simply subscribing to an app such as NextBus, you will have real-time passenger information at your fingertips. 

Cubic_logoWhether you want to access an electric scooter to whiz around your city or you want to find the best route to your next business meeting, there is a specific MaaS app to get you there. Your journey will be faster, easier, and more affordable than if you’d used traditional transport methods. 

Cities that buy into MaaS, or what is sometimes called smart mobility, aim to reduce traffic congestion and to make getting around more efficient. 

Benefits of Mobility as a Service

The benefits of MaaS are numerous. Both end users and transport authorities note the following as reasons for its success:

  • An Intelligent Service: The personalized service MaaS provides is undoubtedly a huge plus. An app can build a relationship between consumer and provider by using past journey information and data gleaned from a user’s profile, meaning apps can continually refine travel suggestions and maintain all-important customer focus.
  • Secure Payment: With a variety of payment methods, users can pay for their trips without the hassle of carrying cash for each transport method used. Using a smartphone, smartwatch, or subscription service, travelers can plan the trips that best meets their needs—without worrying about payment. 
  • Simple Route Planning: When using multiple transportation methods, the ability to plan a journey in real time is invaluable. MaaS apps allow the consumer to get from one place to another by any method that suits his or her previously logged preferences, and the apps can also map a route that avoids congestion. 

With the continued interest of city transport planners and planning solution end users, the global conversation regarding MaaS has become more intense. Cubic Transportation Systems, from San Diego, California, USA, is comprised of innovators who, with their Trafficware, NextBus, and other proprietary systems, are collaborating with cities from Vancouver, Canada, to Sydney, Australia, to keep travelers moving. 

The United Nations estimates that by 2050 more than half the world’s population will be living in urban areas, compared to only one-third in 1970. With this massive change in global living habits, planners need to deploy intelligent solutions, such as MaaS, to ensure transport continues to flow. 

Because of their industry-leading MaaS travel solutions, Cubic Transportation Systems was named the winner of four Stevie® Awards at The 2019 International Business Awards®. Cubic received awards in the following categories: Gold in the Big Data Solution category; Two Silvers in Integrated Mobile Experience and Travel; and Bronze in Best New Product or Service of the Year – Transportation.

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Topics: International business awards, The International Business Awards, new products and services, 2019 International Business Awards, mobility as a service

A Handyman’s Perspective On Building an Award Winning Business

Posted by Daniel Ferguson on Sun, Apr 05, 2020 @ 09:16 PM

Stevie-winner Chíc Creations Heaven started out as a two-person operation that has since expanded to two locations. Read about Daniel and Rebecca's story of growth and success.

Think about the success stories you love. Maybe one of your heroes or heroines overcame great adversity to be a successful athlete, or maybe that person became a doctor and now serves those suffering across the world. Maybe he or she wrote a song that changed your life. Everyone and everything has a story, and the most inspiring tales tend to be those of victory, where an individual or group rises up and conquers with integrity. In many cases, these heroes and heroines receive recognition for their work, whether that’s media coverage, a title, a medal, a trophy, or another award.


Daniel Foster and his wife, Rebecca, built their business, Chíc Creations Heaven—Gardening, Handyman, Joinery, Decorating, from scratch. Daniel went from having no work to operating two branches that serve Bridlington, England, and Yorkshire, England. He projects opening two more branches in the next 18 months. Receiving their due recognition, Chíc Creations Heaven recently won a Gold Stevie® Award in the Startup of the Year - Consumer Services Industries category at The 2019 International Business Awards®.

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Unemployed & Depressed to Business Owner

Daniel was unemployed and living in a seaside town with waning seasonal business. Tourists just were not coming to the area as much, and Daniel eventually started to fall into depression. In the meantime, he did odd jobs for his landlord to earn extra income, which used the labor and trade skills he had acquired throughout his life. 

“This gave me the confidence boost to seek more work in this area,” explains Daniel.

Daniel had worked previously in sales, and he began to use social media to launch Chíc Creations Heaven. He also focused on doing reputable work at an affordable price. If Daniel couldn’t complete the job himself, he hired another tradesman to complete it, paying a good wage.

“A happy worker is a productive one,” says Daniel.

The company has even generated temporary employment opportunities for seasonal workers. 

For businesses or individuals looking to emulate this model, here are five takeaways:

  • Don’t discredit any of your life or work experiences.
Daniel had worked many jobs before he discovered his niche. All those experiences worked together to form an entrepreneurial success story.
  • Being resourceful is essential to achieving business success.
When Daniel didn’t have the skills or time to meet a customer’s request, he found someone who did, and he paid that person well.
  • Even in this tech-focused economy, practical solutions at affordable costs are still pillars for success.
This business model isn’t a fancy app driven by artificial intelligence. It is a straightforward model of a person helping people with their property needs, and it is thriving.
  • Social media is a driving force for budding entrepreneurs.
Daniel launched his entire business with the help of social media. Networking and word of mouth helped the business grow. 
  • Paying people fairly helps build a strong reputation and helps grow a business.
If you pay people competitively, you are more likely to keep the right employees. Not only will you build employee loyalty, but you will also build customer loyalty, which can earn you repeat business. 

Two-Person Operation Opens Two Locations in One Year

Daniel and his wife, Rebecca, started this business. Daniel focused on operations, while his wife worked on marketing and graphics and took charge of the accounts. They currently manage a team of six, as well as two branches servicing North Yorkshire, East Yorkshire, Humberside, and West Yorkshire (all in England). They passed their annual business goal of over £10,000 in one month, and they earned a profit of nearly £30,000 in the first year alone. 

They increased growth and had a particularly significant breakthrough after successfully putting up PROMESH security for a local beloved nonprofit, the Whitby Wildlife Sanctuary. The sanctuary rescues and rehabilitates approximately 4,000 wild animals a year from anywhere in the United Kingdom and transports them back to their natural habitats. The nonprofit just celebrated 10 years.

“We gained a lot of business where they are located after that job was complete,” Daniel shared. 

Here are five more takeaways for aspiring entrepreneurs:

  • There is no shame in starting small. 
Sometimes the vision exceeds what the current situation is. When people haven’t fully achieved their visions yet, they can get discouraged. Even the biggest corporations started small, though. The Fosters went from having several clients to opening two branches in one year. 
  • Trial and error is part of growing.
There is always a learning curve when operating a business, meeting client needs, and regulating costs. This can be particularly tricky when labor and time are variable and higher cost. Daniel noted how learning to quote for work was a difficult process.
  • Perseverance is key.
People make mistakes. That’s part of business. It’s part of life. Keep at it. Learn from your mistakes, and keep going. 
  • Referrals help grow your business.
A lot of Daniel’s business, and some of his biggest growth, came from referrals after servicing the local nonprofit. It was a tipping point, of sorts, for his company. 
  • Doing the right thing counts.
Integrity goes a long way. For Daniel, this means paying employees and contractors fairly, offering work for seasonal employees, fixing homes for the elderly at a reduced rate, and working responsibly with community nonprofits. 

Winning Awards Is Good for Business 

Awards like the Stevie® Awards offer a standard and a metric for success that current and prospective clients, partners, and businesses in other verticals understand. After a successful first year, Daniel wanted to know where his business stood in the world. He searched and found the Stevie® Awards and submitted the application. As a result, Chíc Creations Heaven is now a Gold Stevie® Award winner.

The win strengthened this company’s brand locally, nationally, and internationally. It also instilled a deeper confidence in the Fosters and inspired them to pursue greater success as entrepreneurs. The Fosters’ goal is for Chíc Creations Heaven—Gardening, Handyman, Joinery, Decorating to become a national company in England and a major employer that offers great wages, benefits, and training to those who want to further their trade skills.

Topics: International business awards, The International Business Awards, Startup of the Year, 2019 International Business Awards

Startschuss für die Stevie® Awards for Great Employers 2020

Posted by Catrin Beu on Fri, Apr 03, 2020 @ 09:42 AM

Es ist soweit. Die Bewerbungsphase für den jährlich ausgelobten Stevie® Awards for Great Employers läuft an. Zum fünften Mal zeichnet der bedeutende Wirtschaftspreis die weltweit besten Arbeitgeber sowie Teams und Manager im Personalbereich aus. Prämiert werden auch Dienstleister, neue Produkte und Dienstleistungen, die Unternehmen darin unterstützen, bedeutsame Arbeitsplätze zu schaffen und zu erhalten.


Bis zum 3. Juni dürfen Einzelpersonen und Organisationen weltweit - ob öffentlich oder privat, gewinnorientiert oder gemeinnützig, groß oder klein – Bewerbungen für die Stevie® Awards for Great Employers einreichen. Dann endet die reguläre Teilnahmefrist. Jedoch ist eine Bewerbung noch bis zum 22. Juli mit der Zahlung einer Nachgebühr möglich. Schnellentschlossene Teilnehmer profitieren von ermäßigten Teilnahmegebühren, wenn sie Einreichungen bis zum 29. April vornehmen.

Die Finalisten des internationalen Wettbewerbs werden am 13. August 2020 bekannt gegeben. Im Rahmen einer Galaveranstaltung im Hotel Caesars Palace in Las Vegas erhalten die Preisträger der Gold, Silber und Bronze Stevie Awards am 17. September ihre Auszeichnungen. Eine international besetzte Jury aus über 50 Führungskräften ermittelt die diesjährigen Stevie-Gewinner.

Alle wichtigen Informationen, wie sich Unternehmen am besten bewerben, sind zu finden unter

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Die Stevie Awards for Great Employers zeichnen Leistungen in folgenden Kategorien aus:

Arbeitgeber des Jahres erhalten die Employer of the Year Awards. Die Preisträger der 31 branchenspezifischen Arbeitgeber des Jahres  werden durch eine einzigartige Mischung aus öffentlicher Abstimmung und professionellen Bewertungen ermittelt. Die öffentliche Abstimmung findet vom 23. Juli bis zum 10. August 2020 statt.

Im Personalwesen werden die HR Achievement Awards vergeben. Einzelne Personen im Personalwesen erhalten die HR Individual Awards. Die besten externen Lösungsanbieter werden mit den Solution Provider Awards und die besten HR-Teams in den HR Team Categories ausgezeichnet. Lösungen, Implementierungen und Schulungsprogramme oder Medienkategorien werden in den Kategorien Solutions, Implementations, and Training Programs or Media Awards vergeben.

Für das Jahr 2020 sind viele neue Kategorien für HR-Leistungen hinzugekommen. Erstmals werden Leistungen im Bereich der Barrierefreiheit prämiert. Die beste Nutzung des mobilen Lernens und die innovativsten Lern- und Entwicklungsprogramme werden gesucht, ebenso das beste Team-Entwicklungsprogramm und besondere Leistungen in der Führungskräfteentwicklung.

Auch einzigartige attraktive Angebote, die ein Unternehmen potentiellen Arbeitnehmern anbietet, werden ausgezeichnet in der Kategorie Best Employee Value Proposition. Neu ist auch, dass bei 14 der 16 Auszeichnungen für einzelne Personen im Personalwesen keine Teilnahmegebühren erhoben werden.

2019 wurden aus 550 Nominierungen von Unternehmen aus 21 Nationen die Stevie-Gewinner in Gold, Silber und Bronze ermittelt. Zu den Preisträgern der Stevie Awards for Great Employers 2019 zählen unter anderem die Berliner Products Up GmbH. Sie gewann einen Gold Stevie Award in der Kategorie Employer of the Year - Computer Software - Up to 250 Employees.

Die Deutsche Telekom Services Europe AG gewann einen Silber Stevie in der Kategorie Achievement in Internal Communications und Bronze als Employer of the Year – Telecommunications. Und die DPDHL Deutschland gewann einen Bronze Stevie in der Kategorie Achievement in Recruitment.

Weitere Preisträger sind die Advisor Group (USA), Allianz Partners (USA), Cisco (USA), DenizBank A.Ş. (Turkei), Deutsche Telekom Services Europe (Deutschland), ej4 (USA), Globe Telecom, Inc. (Philippinen), IBM (USA), L&T Technology Services, Ltd. (Großbritanien), Paysafe Group (Kanada), Productsup (Deutschland), Techcombank (Vietnam), Toyota Turkey (Turkei).


Topics: Asia-Pacific Stevie Awards, Wirtschaftspreis HR, 2020 Stevie Awards for Great Employers

Jetzt bewerben: International Business Awards 2020

Posted by Catrin Beu on Fri, Apr 03, 2020 @ 06:12 AM

Die 17. International Business Awards® sind eröffnet. Ab sofort können Beiträge für den weltweit renommierten Wirtschaftspreis für Unternehmungsleistungen, der jährlich verliehen wird, eingereicht werden. Einzelpersonen und Organisationen weltweit - ob öffentlich oder privat, gewinnorientiert oder gemeinnützig, groß oder klein - dürfen ihre Empfehlungen für die International Business Awards® 2020 einreichen.


Die International Business Awards zeichnen herausragende Leistungen in allen Unternehmensbereichen aus, z.B. im Management, in der Kundenbetreuung oder im Marketing. Auch Produktneuheiten und Websites werden unter anderem prämiert. Neu hinzugekommen ist der Bereich geschäftliche Erfolge. Zu den Preisträgern gehören verschiedene Unternehmen und Führungskräfte aus aller Welt. Jedes Jahr gehen Nominierungen von Organisationen aus über 70 Nationen ein. Spezialisierte Jurygremien mit über 150 Fachjuroren ermitteln die Preisträger der Stevie Awards. Die Ergebnisse der Jurys werden am 11. August bekanntgegeben. Den Gewinnern werden die begehrten Stevie Awards Trophäen am 24. Oktober bei einem Gala-Bankett in Paris überreicht.

Für die Einreichungsphase gelten folgende Abgabefristen: Die erste Frist mit ermäßigten Teilnahmegebühren ist der 8. April. Die reguläre Teilnahmefrist endet am 13. Mai. Spätere Nominierungen werden noch bis einschließlich 17. Juni mit einer Nachgebühr akzeptiert.

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Den Teilnehmern der International Business Awards stehen verschiedene Kategorien zur Verfügung – etwa die Entrepreneur of the Year Awards, die speziell die Leistungen von Unternehmerpersönlichkeiten würdigen. Oder die Company of the Year Awards die Unternehmen des Jahres auszeichnen.

Die Stevie Awards haben für 2020 die Kategorien überarbeitet und einige Neuerungen eingeführt. Hinzugekommen sind neun neue Kategorien, um einzigartige geschäftliche Erfolge anzuerkennen, unter anderem in Bereichen wie Geschäftsumstellung, Finanzen, Umsatzgenerierung sowie Wissenschaft und Technologie.

Viele weitere Kategorien zeichnen besondere Leistungen in allen wichtigen Unternehmensfunktionen aus, unter anderem im Marketing mit den Marketing Awards, im Management mit den Management Awards, in der Kundenbetreuung mit den Customer Service Awards , in der Öffentlichkeitsarbeit mit den Public Relations Awards  und in der IT mit den  Information Technology Awards. Leistungen im Bereich Produktentwicklung werden mit den New Product Awards ausgezeichnet und für den Personalbereich sind es die Human Resources Awards.

Eine große Auswahl an Kategorien würdigen auch herausragende Leistungen im Bereich der unternehmensbezogenen Medien und Publikationen. Beispiele hierfür sind die Awards für Website Awards, Awards für Smartphone und Tablet Apps sowie weitere Medien Awards

Eine vollständige Übersicht über die Kategorien findet man unter 

Die Stevie Awards haben für die International Business Awards® 2020 die Anforderungen für die Einreichungen verändert. Sie wurden in folgenden Kategorien vereinfacht: Company/Organization Awards, Corporate Communications & Public Relations Awards, Marketing Awards, and New Product & Product Management Awards. Statt des üblichen Essays, beantworten die Teilnehmer nun gezielt fünf Fragen zu ihren Leistungen. Als Alternative kann auch ein maximal fünfminütiges Video eingereicht warden, in dem diese Fragen beantwortet warden.

Für Nominierungen in den Kategorien Company of the Year" und in weiteren ausgewählten Kategorien fallen keine Teilnahmegebühren mehr an. Beiträge können in schriftlicher Form oder als maximal fünfminütiges Video eingereicht werden.

Zu den Preisträgern der International Business Awards 2019 zählen unter anderem ASDA’A BCW (United Arab Emirates), Cisco Systems, Inc. (USA), DHL Express (worldwide), Dubai Health Authority (United Arab Emirates), IBM (USA), Megaworld Foundation (Philippines), Meli Studio (Australia), NBCUniversal (USA), Switching-Time (China), Tata Consultancy Services (United Kingdom),  Vodafone Turkey Foundation (Turkey).

Topics: International business awards, 2020 International Business Awards