On Thursday night Casta Diva Group was once again a leading figure at BEA – BEST EVENT AWARDS, one of the most prestigious Italian awards ceremonies for events.
A jury of experts, made up of well-known names in the fields of communication and events and led by Simonetta Consiglio, head of marketing and communication at Sisal, awarded ten prizes to Casta Diva Group.
The “Hearing Hands” project, produced by Dinamo Istanbul (part of the Casta Diva Group) for Samsung Turkey (agency Leo Burnett Istanbul) won the overall silver award.
In addition to this, it was given the award for Best Hybrid Event, won the special prize for Low Budget Event and a special mention for Best Effectiveness. It also took home the Bronze Medal for the categories Best Event BTC, Best Integrated Event, Best Product Launch /Service.
Egg Events also walked away from podium of the BEA with two Silvers: the first in the category Celebration / Recurrence for the event “Noi siamo Volkswagen” (client, Volkswagen Italia); the second in the category Event Incentive for “International Seminar 2015” (client, Perfume Holding).
All these victories led to Casta Diva Group being awarded the bronze medal for Best Agency of the Year.
Casta Diva Group has, up to now, won eighteen national and international awards in 2015.
“We are very gratified by the success that we are achieving,” say Andrea De Micheli and Luca Oddo, respectively CEO and Chairman of the holding company. “Our work is very complex because it touches on many different aspects of communication from the organization of events to the production of commercials and videos for television and the web, often under the same umbrella project.”
“We work with graphic designers, architects, organizers, producers, musicians and many other experts in different areas. Our role is like that of an orchestra conductor. We need to create a “symphony” and make sure that all play in unison. ”
“We can compare projects that have enabled us to win these prestigious awards,” continued De Micheli and Oddo “to symphonies that were able to touch the heart and soul of our viewers.”