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Hungarian organizations recognized at Int'l Business Awards 

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Six Hungarian organizations were recognized at the 18th Annual International Business Awards (IBA), according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

Winners were selected from more than 3,700 nominations submitted by organizations in 65 nations. 

Organizations and executives around the globe were recognized as Gold, Silver, and Bronze Stevie Award winners at the IBA.

Uniomedia Communications from Budapest won three silver and four bronze Stevie Awards for Communications or PR Campaigns of the Year for Danone, Esterházy, CIB Bank & Heineken.

Coca-Cola Hungary, Dunaharaszti won the Gold Stevie Award for Communications or PR Campaign of the Year - COVID-19-related Information.

Dreher Breweries won the Silver Stevie Award for Communications or PR Campaign of the Year - Community Engagement.

Graphisoft SE won one Bronze Stevie for Re-Branding / Brand Renovation of the Year.

Leadevo Inc. won a Silver Stevie for Achievement in Customer Satisfaction.

Noguchi & Peters Ltd. won a Silver Stevie for Communications or PR Campaign of the Year - Food & Beverage.

The Stevie Awards have also announced the six Grand ("best in show") Stevie winners. Nominees in the 2021 IBAs were not able to apply for Grand Stevie Awards directly. Grand winners are Google, Telkom Indonesia, LLYC (winning two Grands), Business Awards Consulting, and Ayala Land, Inc. 

The awards will be presented during a virtual awards ceremony on December 8, 2021.  

A complete list of all award winners by category is available at www.StevieAwards.com/IBA.

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