Full-service Public Relations and Event Management Consultancy firm, Integrated Indigo Limited, has emerged the Best Sustainability-promoting PR/Communications Agency at this year’s edition of the Social Enterprise and Responsibility Awards (SERAS).
At the Awards event held recently in Lagos, the agency came ahead of other leading agencies such as Chain Reaction, CMC Connect, Social TV and a South African-based agency, eclat.
According to the local organising committee of the award, Integrated Indigo Limited won the PR/ Communications Agency, Promoting Sustainability category in acknowledgment of its vast contribution and role in promoting the activities of its clients in different areas of sustainability.
The founder, SERAS, Dr. Ken Egbas, stated that the award was well-deserved, considering the agency’s passion and commitment in promoting excellence through several sustainability initiatives embarked upon by its clients.
Speaking shortly after receiving the award, the Managing Director of Integrated Indigo Limited, Mr. Bolaji Abimbola, described the award as a testament to the immense capacity of the agency to deliver exceptional services for its clients on sustainability-related issues.
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