3.09.2021 - 12:53PM

Lionesa's website awarded with Stevie Bronze Award in IBA

Lionesa saw the new website recognized at the 18th edition of the Annual International Business Awards, having received the Stevie Bronze Award. The project developed by the British creative agency Digital BIAS competed with more than 3700 proposals submitted by companies from 65 countries, and was subject to the appreciation of 260 executives from around the world who made up the jury that awarded the Stevie Awards, in what is now one of the most comprehensive international competitions in the business world.

At www.lionesa.pt you can check the novelties that Digital BIAS has introduced. “When we engaged with Lionesa’s team, we focused on the business needs in order to come up with a solution to be up to date in the next 5-10 years, not a short-term solution. Alongside the technical features, we implemented a new design that integrated Lionesa's custom fabric and used colors to create a perfect brand. In addition, the multilingual functionality allows Portuguese and English native countries to take full advantage of the site”, says Paul Sullivan, from the British Digital BIAS.

In the 2021 edition, the International Business Awards intended to honor companies for the work developed in the pandemic context. Top performing organizations and executives around the world were recognized as Stevie® Award winners of Gold, Silver and Bronze at the 18th Annual International Business Awards®. Stevie Awards competitions receive more than 12,000 entries per year from organizations in over 70 countries. Honoring organizations of all types and sizes and the people behind them, Stevies recognize exceptional workplace performance around the world.

All organizations worldwide are eligible to compete in the IBAs and can submit entries for a wide range of categories: management, marketing, public relations, customer service, human resources, new products and services, technology, websites, applications, events, among others.

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