Eurobest has announced the Grands Prix and Special Award winners defining the European benchmark in creative excellence for 2022. Serviceplan were awarded 1 Grand Prix, 3 Gold, 2 Silver and 5 Bronze.
Serviceplan Korea and Innovation have been awarded the Innovation Grand Prix by Eurobest for Dot Pad, which also won 2 Gold, 1 Silver and 1 Bronze.
Penny ‘The Wish’ collected 1 Gold, 1 Silver and 2 Bronze, while Dyslexia Unetided, Gruner+Jahr Deutscheland/ Stern, and Freedom Grams, AROYA were both awarded 1 Bronze.
Eurobest sets the benchmark for creative work across Europe and have announced the award-winning work from 2,959 entries and 19 countries. Germany took home the highest number of trophies, with France second and the United Kingdom third.
Serviceplan Korea and Serviceplan Innovation have been working with Dot Inc. since 2015. In an era where more than 84% of the information is visual, Dot Pad also allows blind people to explore more content. It is a game changer product that improves the quality of education and work convenience for the visually impaired by wirelessly connecting smart devices to complex images, equations, and mathematical calculations with tactile graphic displays.
Alexander Schill, Chief Creative Officer, Serviceplan Group, said: “I’m delighted that our ongoing partnership with Dot Inc.has been recognised by Eurobest with the Grand Prix for Dot Pad. When we embarked on our partnership with Dot Inc. in 2015, the idea of Dot Pad was a crazy dream. We worked together for 7 years on the development of innovative devices and software that make text accessible to the visually impaired. With Dot Pad we enter a new dimension of dynamic tactile graphics that provide a completely new experience for the visually impaired.”
Julie Kang, CEO of Serviceplan Korea, said: “I am happy that we have achieved good results with strategic creativity and execution in the global market while growing with Dot Inc. since 2015. And this creativity and innovation has been recognised by Eurobest in the form of a Grand Prix in Innovation for the Dot Pad.”
Simon Cook, CEO, LIONS, said: “For 34 years, Eurobest has celebrated the best creative ideas in Europe and the Grand Prix winning work sets the creative benchmark for the entire European creativity industry. It’s hugely exciting to announce and celebrate the winners through Eurobest Unlocked. The trends and insights that emerge are explored, in-depth, within this year’s Eurobest Creativity Report, which is supported by insights and opinion from our expert juries and Presidents.”
The Eurobest Creativity Report is also now published, which can be VIEWED HERE.
The report presents the definitive European rankings to benchmark creative excellence for the year ahead, as well as in-depth commentary on key trends and themes from inside the jury rooms, identified by the Presidents and their juries.
Serviceplan awards at Eurobest:
Grand Prix in Innovation – Dot Pad. The first smart tactile graphics display, Dot Inc.
GOLD – Dot Pad. The first smart tactile graphics display, Dot Inc. – Innovation – Applied Innovation
GOLD – Dot Pad. The first smart tactile graphics display, Dot Inc. Design – Innovative solutions
SILVER – Dot Pad. The first smart tactile graphics display, Dot Inc. – Digital Craft – Innovative Use of Technology
BRONZE – Dot Pad. The first smart tactile graphics display, Dot Inc. – Healthcare – Health & Wellness Tech
GOLD – The Wish, PENNY, Film Craft – Direction
SILVER – The Wish, PENNY, Film Craft – Cinematography
BRONZE – The Wish, PENNY, Film – Online Films – Travel, Leisure, Retail, Restaurants & Fast Food Chains
BRONZE – The Wish, PENNY, Film Craft – Casting
BRONZE – Dyslexia Unetided, Gruner+Jahr Deutschland/Stern – Industry Craft – Print & Publishing
BRONZE – Freedom Grams, AROYA – Design – Environmental / Social Impact