GRAPHISOFT Won Marketing Campaign of the Year- Software at IBAs

GRAPHISOFT Won Marketing Campaign of the Year- Software at IBAs

GRAPHISOFT, the creator of the industry first BIM software for Architects has recently won the Gold Stevie® Award as part of the International Business Awards. The Stevie Awards are split into seven different programs which are: the Asia-Pacific Stevie Awards; the German Stevie Awards; the American Business Awards; the Stevie Awards for Women in Business and the International Business Awards. These awards competitions receive around 10,000 nominations each year across 60 different nations.

GRAPHISOFT® has been given this prestigious award for the marketing campaign used for their ARCHICAD 21. The main new feature advertised for this software is the Stair Tool, offering architects and designers the opportunity to design stairs and railings using this software. The marketing campaign caught the judges attention with a number of interesting videos to demonstrate the abilities of the new software.

The GRAPHISOFT ARCHICAD 21 marketing campaign demonstrate the design of The Great Wall of China in order to capture the imagination of the users and the judges in order to market the new features of the BIM design tool. The company have won the International Business Awards as part of the Marketing Campaign of the Year- Software category at the 14th annual Awards scheme.

The winners of the awards will be presented with their awards at a gala awards banquet which is to take place at the W Hotel in Barcelona on October the 21st. The Stevie Award winners were decided on by the average scores given by the 200 executives around the world who form 12 different judging juries. Any individual or organisation can take submit nominations for the awards: large or small companies, profit or nonprofit, public or private.

In response to the amazing news, GRAPHISOFT have credited their amazing team of developers who are focused on creating the most up to date software for their users.


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