JSPL & JPL Annual Reports win global LACP Vision Awards
NEW DELHI: Naveen Jindal promoted Jindal Steel & Power Limited (JSPL) and Jindal Power Limited (JPL)’s Annual Reports 2009-10, have won Gold Awards at ‘The League of American Communications Professionals (LACP) Vision Awards’ – the world’s most prestigious contest in the domain of corporate reporting.
While the JSPL Annual Report won the award in the ‘Materials’ category, the JPL Annual Report bagged the award in the ‘Energy Equipment and Services’ category.“The JSPL Annual Report titled, ‘Going Beyond Boundaries’ ranked 38 among the top 50 Annual Reports in Asia Pacific Region. The JPL Annual Report titled, ‘Better lives. Brighter smiles’ ranked 13 in the Top 50 Annual Reports from Asia Pacific Region as well as ranked 57 among Global Top 100 Best Reports.”, JSPL said in the statement.
More than 5,000 entries were received for the 2010 Vision Awards, comprising submissions from 25 countries.
League of American Communications Professionals LLC (LACP) was established in 2001 in order to create a forum within the public relations industry that facilitates discussion of best-in-class practices within the profession while also recognizing those who demonstrate exemplary communications capabilities.
The Awards are based on a set of assessment criteria: First Impression, Cover, Letter to Shareholders, Narrative, Financials, Message Clarity, Creativity and Information Accessibility.
LACP Vision Awards recognize the outstanding annual reports of the past twelve months and includes entries that vary from Fortune 500 organizations to non-profits aiding individual communities, and sectors ranging from healthcare, technology, and utilities to financial services, chemicals, amongst others.Some of the participants this year included Heineken, Coca Cola, Citigroup, Pfizer, Bayer, Hyundai, Boeing, Qualcomm and WalMart to name a few.
Both reports have been jointly developed by teams from JSPL and Atherstone Investor Communications Limited (AICL).
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on Aug 2 2011. Filed under Communication
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