Mazda announced on August 3 that they had won their first Corporate Communications Award in the 31st annual Corporate Communications Awards hosted by the Keizai Koho Center.
The Corporate Communications Award was created by the Keizai Koho Center in 1984 with the aim of developing corporate communications. It acknowledges those enterprises, proprietors, and people who practice and implement excellent corporate communications.
The Corporate Communications Award that Mazda won is an award given to companies who contribute to society by seeing their expectations and demands through, and as it reflects the economy, dispatch accurate information about their corporate activities and transmits them to stakeholders.
For this award, they were highly evaluated for practicing strategic communications regarding their unique SkyActiv technology and Kodo-Soul of Motion design theme, and the duties they accomplished in post-war Hiroshima in both economic and cultural aspects, including their support to the local professional baseball and football teams.
(Translated by Claire Marie Sausora)