Double award win for Oi and Aurigny
01 May 2019
Oi has won a prestigious Platinum and Gold Award at the global Hermes Creative Awards for its work with Aurigny, Guernsey’s airline.
The agency today picked up the highest accolade against over six thousand entries from across the world for the design of En Voyage, Aurigny’s bi-monthly inflight magazine, in the Print Media Publications Category.
The agency also won a Gold Award in the Business to Consumer Website Category for the redesign and build of Aurigny.com, which is now a multi-award winning website having won a global DotCOMM award in 2018.
Peter Grange, Oi Chief Executive Officer, said the double award win was testimony to the hard work, creativity and development skills of the teams at the agency and for Aurigny’s commitment to producing high quality marketing communications.
‘It has been great to see the work produced by teams at Oi on the redesign and build of the Aurigny website and also the ongoing production of Aurigny’s En Voyage magazine. The team at Oi and Aurigny should be proud of their achievements.'
Malcolm Coupar, Aurigny Commercial Director, said the double award win endorsed the effort the airline has placed on providing its customers a good website and in-flight experience.
‘I’d like to thank Oi and my own team at Aurigny for their hard work and dedication which has led to these additional two prestigious global awards,’ he added.
The Hermes Creative Awards are for creative professionals involved in the concept creation, writing and design of traditional and emerging media. There were over 6,000 international entries from across the United Kingdom, United States, Canada and many other countries in the competition.
The Hermes Creative Awards are administered and judged by the Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals (AMCP). The global organisation consists of several thousand marketing, communication, advertising, public relations, media production and freelance professionals. AMCP oversees awards and recognition programmes, provides judges, and rewards outstanding achievement and service to the profession.