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Meralco shines bright at the 2019 Quill Awards

06:33 PM September 02, 2019

Seen in Photo: Meralco Head of Public Information Office Joe R. Zaldarriaga (center) hoists Meralco’s 2nd Runner-Up Company of the Year Quill Award, along with the Meralco contingent led by One Meralco Foundation President Jeffrey O. Tarayao and Meralco Marketing Head Edeliza T. Lim.

Meralco, the Philippines’ largest electricity distribution utility and the only four-time Quill Company of the Year recipient, was once again among the most decorated companies in the recent Philippine Quill Awards.

The company won two top awards during the formal ceremony held at Marriott Grand Ballroom and placed second runner-up in the Company of the Year race, a testament to the company’s continued strength in business communication excellence.

This year, Meralco hauled a total of 22 campaign awards, bagging 9 Excellence and 13 Merit trophies.

Among Meralco’s major highlights of the evening were the Top Award for Communication Skills given to Meralco Typhoon Watch 2018 and the Top Award in the Communication Research category won by the Evaluation of One Meralco Foundation’s Household Electrification Program (HEP).

Meralco Advisory, the company’s monthly information campaign, was also recognized as a Finalist for Top Award in the Communications Management Category.

Organized by the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) Philippines, the Philippine Quill Awards is considered the country’s most prestigious awards program in the field of business communication – emphasizing the excellent use of communication in achieving goals and in making a difference in society.

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