Winners of the C4F Davos Award 2018 Announced in Geneva

The winners of the prestigious Communication For Future Davos Award 2018 were announced on March 22, 2018 during the Forum WCF-Global 2018: "Communication Power" in Geneva.
The international jury board of C4F Davos Award 2018 consisting of communication leaders from 14 different countries chose the best cases for 19 categories in three divisions: personal, corporate, and startup. The winners and short list nominees of the Award also became the unique possibility to represent their showcases during the WCF-Global 2018: "Communication Power" after the C4F Davos Award Ceremony.

The aim of the C4F Davos Award is to recognize highly professional and globally remarkable individual communicators and/or organizations worldwide with a creative approach and unique vision of the future of communications.

Below is the list of winners in the Corporate categories:
1. Communications of the Future
“1st World Internet PH” - Globe Telecom, The Philippines
2. New Generation Communications
“KFC: The Size Doesn’t Matter” - RODNYA agency, Russia
3. Reputation of the Future
“Barrier Free” (Teva, New Corporate Brand) - SPN Communications agency, Russia
4. Value of the Future
“Somos Livres” - Ideal H+K agency, Brazil
5. Education of the Future
“Financial Literacy Begins in the Family”- SPN Communications agency, Russia
6.  Community of the Future
“Tech-in-Media: an easy way to explain science” - SPN Communications agency, Russia
7. Pro Bono of the Future
“Somos Livres” - Ideal H+K agency, Brazil
8.  Media of the Future
“7 ways we create wonderful experiences” - Globe Telecom, The Philippines
9.  Trust of the Future
“Insights Program” - T.Rowe Price + Imprint, USA

Below is the list of winners for the Personal categories:
1. Grand Davos Award
Yogesh Joshi, President of the ABCI association, India
2. Idea of the Future
Dr. Jon-Hans Coetzer, Chief Academic Officer, EU Business School Group (Switzerland)
3. Leader of the Future
Nurul Shamsuri, Program Director of Yayasan JUWITA, Founder of ‘Fearless’, Malaysia
4. Relations of the Future
Lena Bäcker, Co-Founder and President at Good Government Affairs, Committee Member at UNEDUCH/United Nation, International top-relations, Global Goodwill Ambassador, UNEDUCH - Universal Education Charter, Central government administration, Stockholm, Sweden
5. Talent of the Future
Ashay Sahasrabuddhe, Ph.D. research scholar at the University of Mumbai and Founder & CEO of Kintel Incomm Pvt Ltd., India

Below is the list of winners for Startup and Technology categories:
1. Idea of the Future (Personal)
Ma. Yolanda C. Crisanto, SVP, Corporate Communications of Globe Telecom, Philippines


2. Idea of the Future (Corporate)
“Our future in the face of 4 students” - EU Business School Geneva, Switzerland

If you have any questions, please contact:
Yanina Dubeykovskaya, Director of the C4F Davos Award +41 762 413 224; [email protected]
Valentina Atanasova, Project Manager: +359 884 435 044; [email protected]

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