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2000

Another International Prize Awarded to Österreichische Post AG

Pressemeldung from 29.11.2000

Second place in category "Annual Reports"

Two international awards granted for the book "Austrian Stamps - 150 Years" have now been followed by an award for Österreichische Post AG's Annual Report.

Österreichische Post AG's Annual Report was second in the category "Annual Reports" of the Grand Prix of the Federation of European Industrial Editors Associations (FEIEA). Winner of this Grand Prix organised in London - central meeting place of best designers - was Great Britain, the host country. 39 business reports were submitted, seven of them by Austria. One candidate only of each country was admitted to the last round.

Österreichische Post AG's Annual report has been designed, like the book "Austrian Stamps - 150 Years" by the Alessandri company.

"This distinction confirms success and acceptance of Österreichische Post AG's new advertising policy. It will stimulate future efforts in design of publications," says Martina Berger, Österreichische Post AG's advertising manager.

Participants in the last round of FEIEA Grand Prix 2000
"Annual Reports" Category:

1 Great Britain    Kingfisher 94 points
2 Austria Österreichische Post AG 86 points
3 Belgium Bayer Benelux 82 points
4 The Netherlands Ergo 78 points
5 Slowenia Intereuropa 75 points
6. Denmark Politiken Koncernen 73 points
7. Sweden Skattemyndigheten Stockholm    71 points


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