The Stevie Awards are excited to announce our new representative in the Philippines, GeiserMaclang Marketing Communications. GeiserMaclang has joined the team as we are accepting entries for the Asia-Pacific Stevie Awards, the newest Stevie Awards program, and The International Business Awards.
Since it began operations in 2000, GeiserMaclang has grown to become the communications arm of leading names in a diverse field of industries—representing the number 1 and number 2 brands in real estate, fashion, lifestyle brands, the paint industry, pharmaceuticals and fast moving consumer goods.
Responsible for many methods and techniques now often duplicated by the rest of the industry, GeiserMaclang was behind several industry firsts, including: 3D invites, which have been recognized as a signature GeiserMaclang innovation by members of the media; hosting of the very first blogger event in the Philippines; the very first viral-social email promotion to consistently drive walk-ins and sales; as well as the introduction of a new generation of national awareness campaigns.
GeiserMaclang has also pioneered the idea that Corporate Social Responsibility is not enough—organizations should make money based on how much they help people using marketing campaigns as operational evidence of their validity. As a company, GeiserMaclang has always made it a point to do well by doing good—a practice that is intrinsic to their business model. Given this, GeiserMaclang practices what they preach by integrating social relevance into virtually every campaign they create.
Today, GeiserMaclang—which just recently celebrated its 10th year is an internationally awarded, regionally recognized company—is known for innovation and strategic marketing in the communications industry. And in the coming years, you can certainly expect the company to continue making waves, inspiring word-of-mouth and moving brands to make an impact in the most socially relevant way possible.
Potential Filipino entrants and judges for Stevie Awards competitions may contact GeiserMaclang with their questions: