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eMarketingEye bags 12 awards at The Communicator Awards


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From left: eMarketingEye Management Team including COO Shameera Liyanage, CEO Rajitha Dahanayake, Vice President Online Marketing Kusalika Basnayake and Vice President Web Solutions Suranga Rajakaruna

eMarketingEye, the award-winning Sri Lankan digital marketing agency and a pioneer in the industry, continued its trend of winning prestigious awards on the international stage by bagging 12 wins at the 2018 edition of The Communicator Awards.

The awards won by eMarketingEye included four ‘Awards of Excellence’ for the websites of Meeru Island Resort and Spa, Sky Bar by Tivoli, Biscotti Bangkok and Black Kite Travel and eight ‘Awards of Distinction’ for the websites of Travel Kalutara, The Fortress Resort & Spa, Cantaloupe Hotels, Hotel Topaz Kandy, Elysian Realty – Mirissa Apartments, The Blue Water Wadduwa, Macktrip – Mackinnons Travels and Uga Escapes. 

The Award of Excellence is the highest honour given out at The Communicator Awards and is given to those entrants whose ability to communicate positions them as the best in the field while the Award of Distinction is presented for projects that exceed industry standards in quality and achievement.

Established in 2007, eMarketingEye has grown to be one of the best in the Asian region over the past 11 years, having gained international recognition for its expertise in providing end-to-end online marketing solutions to the Travel and Hospitality industry. eMarketingEye offers the total range of online marketing services including Web Development, Search Engine Optimization (SEO), Pay Per Click Marketing (PPC), Social Media Optimization, Online Marketing Consultancy, Content Marketing and Development, Internet Booking Engine, E-Mail Marketing and Web Analytics.

eMarketingEye is a Premier Google Partner company, Google Analytics Certified Partnerand Sri Lanka’s first-ever DoubleClick-Certified Marketing Partner – one of the first in the South-East Asia region to earn this prestigious recognition. 

eMarketingEye CEO Rajitha Dahanayake said: “Winning 12 awards is another remarkable achievement by the eMarketingEye team and shows that our world-class solutions exceed global standards. The Communicator Awards is one of several prestigious international competitions where we have been consistently winning over the few years and it is great to see us continuing to excel against some very tough competition. Although we are understandably excited at the wins, we are determined to aim even higher and improve our product offering to our valued clientele in the Travel and Hospitality industry.”

Since the very first award win back in 2007, eMarketingEye has been winning international and local awards every year for successful online marketing campaigns and website development projects. The company has bagged over 160 awards in total during this period.

Founded two decades ago, The Communicator Awards is the leading international awards program recognising big ideas in marketing and communications. The Awards receives over 6,000 entries from companies and agencies of all sizes, making it one of the largest awards of its kind in the world. This was the 24th edition of the award ceremony which was celebrated by introducing expanded online video and social categories. The Communicator Awards is sanctioned and judged by the Academy of Interactive & Visual Arts, an invitation-only group consisting of top-tier professionals from acclaimed media, communications, advertising, creative and marketing firms.


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