Stagis receives Danish Communication Award 2011


Last week we were fortunate enough to receive The Danish Communication Award 2011 from the members of Danish Communication Association (Dansk Kommunikationsforening) in the concert hall of DR. About 250 participants in the audience of corporate communication professionals voted after presentations of the five nominated communication projects. A few hours later we got the result and were called to the stage to receive the award. I went on stage with the executive of the project from Movia, Maja Nellemann, and my colleague Louise Kramer, who is project manager at Stagis.

Many of the participants (including myself) summed up the events on Twitter – look for #komdag. You can see my tweets on!/nikolajstagis. At Stagis we’ve been blogging about the project quite a few times since we started implementing it in 2008. Here’s the most recent about the nomination for the award. Or you can find more about the project on our website by clicking “cases“.

We are really proud of the award and the acknowledgement we’ve received from our colleagues in the field of corporate communication. Our project “Bus drivers with character” received about twice as many votes as the next nominated project and the audience cheered after seeing a short introductory video with bus driver Torben who was – as always – quite entertaining. What makes me just as proud as receiving the award is meeting some of the bus drivers who has been involved in the project, and who tells me that it made a difference in their lives. Like the bus driver Linda, who was awarded the Danish bus driver of the year on September 2nd and is soon flying to Singapore to see public transportation there and meet bus drivers in that region. She loves the bus and the passengers and now she is going to board an aeroplane for the first time in her life to fly to Asia! You can meet her on “Bus driver TV“.

Danish article about the project online (Update November 18th)
Danish Commucation Association (DKF) just released a Danish article about the project. You can read it on There are videos and lots of other articles from the event on the site, too.