After two fantastic Lovie Awards, our “Allianz World Run” project has now also been honoured at the 26th Webby Awards – according to the New York Times the “highest award of the internet”. Our project got selected out of more than 14,300 entries from 70 countries. The virtual platform implemented by SCOOP & SPOON motivated more than 150,000 Allianz employees to work out for a good cause by visualising their achievements in an exciting way.
What made our work stand out? “Our digital business model of software engineering, creative agency and marketing consulting allows us to produce completely new and attractive forms of data visualisation,” says Michael Ksela, CEO and founder of SCOOP & SPOON. “This honour at the Webby Awards confirms our high standard, which can compete with international big players such as NASA or Google Play.”
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