AIA Worldwide Receives Seven Awards at Web Marketing Association’s WebAward 2017 Competition

September 18


(September 18, 2017) – AIA Worldwide, a global leader in talent acquisition technologies, today announced it has won seven awards from the WebAwards competition, which highlights individuals involved in the process of developing websites for organisations, companies and the government.

Now in its 21st year, the WebAwards competition, produced by the Web Marketing Association, has helped to set the standard for website excellence, acknowledging the people and organisations responsible for developing the most effective and best websites on the internet today. Currently, the competition has 96 industries and they are judged based on seven different categories, including design, innovation, content, technology, interactivity, copywriting and ease of use.

AIA Worldwide won numerous awards, including the Employment Standard of Excellence award for its work on behalf of their client BBC Worldwide, Best Employment Website for its work on behalf of their client M&S and five Outstanding Website awards, for its work on behalf of Thales, Accenture and Technicolor. AIA’s success demonstrates its ability to effectively use software as well as innovative employer brand solutions.

“We are delighted to receive so much recognition at this year’s Web Awards,” said Ben Harlow, creative director at AIA Worldwide. “Winning seven awards really shows how we are pushing our clients forward with both technology and creativity. It’s a great testament to the team and relationships we have with our clients.”

About AIA Worldwide
AIA Worldwide is a global leader in talent acquisition technologies, committed to finding new ways to leverage software, strategy and creative to build talent and enhance our clients’ employer brands- across every connection point. Over the past eight years- from healthcare to finance to retail to technology and everything in between- we’ve revolutionised the way companies and candidates connect.

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