Sands Resorts scoops six top honors at 2018 Marketing Events Awards

Sands Resorts Macao has taken six prestigious accolades at the 2018 Marketing Events Awards recently held in Hong Kong, including two gold awards, a silver and three bronzes.

Sands Resorts Macao won Gold in ‘Best Corporate Event’ and Gold for ‘Best Use of Venue’ for The Venetian Macao 10th Anniversary celebration; Silver in ‘Best Exhibition Event’ for Kung Fu Panda Adventure Ice World; Bronze for ‘Best Use of Venue and Best Large Event’ for the New Year’s Eve Countdown to 2018; plus Bronze in ‘Best Experiential Event’ also for The Venetian Macao 10th Anniversary.

Ruth Boston, senior vice president, Marketing and Brand Management, Sands China Ltd. commented: “We are thrilled and deeply honoured to have been awarded across so many categories at this prestigious awards event. Entertainment and events are a pillar of our overall product offering for guests from around the world to enjoy when they visit our integrated resorts. Each of the events that received recognition were the result of the hard work and creativity of our dedicated events team supported by the various operations teams and these accolades speak volumes about the spirit that runs through our entire organisation.”

The Marketing Events Awards, which are hosted by Marketing magazine, recognise and honour the ‘best of the best’ across Northeast Asia’s event marketing, management and planning industry. It is regarded as the most prestigious event for event marketers and planners, highlighting creative excellence, strategic marketing and operational precision, alongside contributions made to the industry.

The 2018 awards were judged by senior marketers across Northeast Asia and Marketing magazine’s editorial board, with outstanding entrants awarded with gold, silver and bronze trophies at the gala dinner.

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