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Serviceplan enjoyed a successful Eurobest Festival with awards for; la Sécurité Routière ‘Virtual Crash Billboard’; IPRAS WomenforWomen ‘The Truth Unveiled’; Ravensburger ‘Fittle’;  Ehinger Kraftrad ‘The Archaeologist’; and Penny ‘Little Counts’.

London, December 1 2017 — During the 3-day festival in London from 28-30 November, Serviceplan Global Chief Creative Officer Alexander Schill was Jury President for Outdoor, Radio and Integrated, and President of For Good, and presented awards at the ceremony on Thursday 29 November.  Serviceplan International’s Worldwide Executive Creative Director Jason Romeyko gave a presentation on ‘Curating for the independent global citizen’ during the festival.  Merel Van den Broeck, Executive Creative Director of Serviceplan Benelux, was on the Direct Jury.  

Awarded a Gold in Glass: ‘The Award for Change’, was ‘The Truth Unveiled’ - a campaign created for IPRAS WomenforWomen by Serviceplan Health & Life in partnership with Serviceplan India - to raise awareness of the vast number of women who are victims of acid attacks in India.

The Parisian Road Safety Authority ‘Virtual Crash Billboard’ from Serviceplan France picked up more awards to add to its recent successes; In Direct it won 1 Gold and 1 Silver, and collected a grand total of 5 Bronze.   

Ravensburger ‘Fittle’, the world’s first 3D Braille printed puzzle, won Bronze in Healthcare for Serviceplan Health & Life and Serviceplan Innovation.  Ehinger Kraftrad ‘The Archaeologist’ won a silver in Design, and Penny ‘Little Counts’ won Bronze in Design.  

Diane Schulz, International Account Director, Innovation Team, collected the awards on behalf of Serviceplan. Founded in 1988, Eurobest is an annual festival of learning, networking and celebration of European creativity.


Florian Stemmler

Florian Stemmler
Corporate Communication & PR

+49 40 202288-8121

E-Mail: f.stemmler@serviceplan.com