Voyager Innovations showcased its prowess in its campaigns and initiatives by winning seven anvils in the recently concluded 54th Anvil Awards.

Three Silver Anvils were given to PayMaya for:

  • Accelerating Digital Payments Adoption through PayMaya’s Cashless Society Campaign,
  • #ShareTheLove with PayMaya: A 2017 Holiday PR Campaign
  • PayMaya & Oxfam’s iAFFORD card: Building economic resilience in the face of disasters through innovative digital financial services.  

Voyager also brought home a Gold Anvil its thought leadership publication series for financial and digital inclusion dubbed as the FINTQ Inclusive Digital Finance Report, as well as Silver Anvils for FINTQ’s Disruptors’ Ball: A multi-stakeholder gathering to disrupt the state of the unbanked and underserved through technology; and KasamaKA caravans: Educating citizens about opportunities available to them through KasamaKA and encouraging individuals to join the movement.  

Freenet, the popular rewards app which provides free Internet and apps access in the Philippines, was awarded a Silver Anvil for its Freeniversaya Campaign, which includes both online and offline consumer experiences that provide a more rewarding way to interact with its users, and bring the Internet to more Filipinos.

“We are honored that our initiatives to drive digital and financial inclusion are recognized by one of the country’s prestigious organization such as the Public Relations Society of the Philippines. This validates that our initiatives have truly made an impact to our target stakeholders and have resulted in positive social change.”

– Nick Bautista Wilwayco, Head of PR and Communications at Voyager

The annual Anvil Awards is organized by the Public Relations Society of the Philippines in order to recognize the best programs and tools that meet the highest PR standards, and is one of the most coveted prizes in the Public Relations industry.

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Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.

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