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Swiss Poster Award 2019 shortlist: 36 campaigns nominated and digital diversity with around 300 competition entries
The Swiss Poster Award is one of the biggest competitions for creative commercial communication in analogue, digital and innovative Out of Home advertising in Switzerland. It recognizes outstanding work, emphasizes the value of design, and underscores the importance of posters in an intermedia comparison. The high-calibre expert jury announced the shortlist in January: 36 of the campaigns nominated saw off strong competition with around 300 contributors. The awards will be presented to the chosen nominees at the APG|SGA Poster Night on 12 March 2020, where the overall “Poster of the Year” winner will also be announced.
The selection is complete and the new APG|SGA Poster of the Month has been confirmed. After a thrilling head-to-head, these are the winning posters.
APG|SGA launches new digital and analogue Out of Home advertising offering for the greater Geneva region on “Léman Express”
APG|SGA is significantly expanding its exclusive analogue and digital advertising space offering in the greater Geneva region at five new Léman Express stations. The high-footfall locations are all on the longest transborder commuter rail network in Europe, which connects the Swiss city of Geneva
with Annemasse in France, and carries 50,000 passengers every day.
APG|SGA presses ahead with the digital transformation process and further expands its Data Science unit
APG|SGA is systematically investing in the development of innovations, technologies and data. Expertise in customer-centred applications and analysis is being expanded and enhanced, particularly in the Data Science area. As of January 2020, Dr Jeremy Callner will assume responsibility as the Head of Data Science.
52% der Wählerinnen und Wähler wurden diesen Herbst durch Aussenwerbung zum Urnengang mobilisiert und haben so das Parlament bestimmt, welches heute den Bundesrat wählt.
Die aktuellen Ergebnisse der LINK-Umfrage zeigen erneut: Kein anderes Medium überzeugt die Bevölkerung im Wahlkampf effizienter.