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Insular Life (InLife) received three Excellence Awards and one Award of Merit at the recent Philippine Quill Awards.

The competition is organized by the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) and is considered the most prestigious awards program in the field of business communications.

“We are honored that our projects have once again been recognized by the IABC. Receiving these awards inspires us to continue doing what we do, which is to help Filipinos achieve their goals and enjoy the good in life, and to communicate our messages well,” said the CEO of InLife , Nina D. Aguas.

InLife won Excellence Awards in the Communication Skills category for The Power of Purpose, its 2020 annual report microsite, and Connectin’ Life, its 110th annual reportth anniversary magazine.

The Power of Purpose is an interactive microsite that publishes the Company’s 2020 Consolidated Annual Report. It talks about how its sense of purpose and responsibility became the basis with which the company responded to the health, humanitarian and economic crisis caused by the Covid-19 pandemic for all its stakeholders and the hard-hit sectors of society . It featured engaging videos, audio, animations, and interactions that provided readers with a dynamic reading experience and made it easier for them to understand corporate data.

Connectin’ Life magazine, published online, featured stories of resilience, dedication and hope to inspire InLife employees, financial advisors and policyholders during the peak of the pandemic. InLife executives and staff, medical frontliners, financial advisors, policyholders and an Insular Foundation grantee shared their experiences and commitment to their families, their jobs and serving the Filipino people during difficult times.

InLife also received an Excellence Award in the Communications Management category for the “InLife Sheroes Digital Bazaar: Bida ang Pinay”. The annual bazaar offered small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) the opportunity to promote their brands via a digital platform. Most of these companies are owned, managed or employed by women and offer products and services targeted at women.

Meanwhile, Steps for a Cause, a corporate social responsibility project run by the Insular Foundation and InLife Human Resources, received a Merit Award in the same category.

Insular Foundation Executive Director Ana Maria R. Soriano said the company has donated 611,000 pesos from funds raised through Steps for a Cause to various health facilities and charities.

“The CSR campaign served as a means for InLife employees to give back to the community while taking care of their own health and well-being while working from home,” Soriano said.

The Philippine Quill Awards honor the best communication programs and tools to achieve business goals and make a difference in society. It has awarded the seal of approval to the nation’s most respected organizations and corporations for nearly two decades, emphasizing the use of excellent communications to achieve business goals and make a difference in society.

InLife has received awards of excellence and merit for its various communications and marketing programs for more than a decade.

“The Philippine Quill Awards is about recognizing the best business communication practices. We hope that our programs at InLife will inspire others to also create programs that would make a difference in our society,” said Aguas.