Diva Works is announced as one of the 2014 Stevie Award winners in the Services and Marketing category, alongside MCI and Cisco Systems.
On 29 May, Fiona Jefferies, CEO flies to Seoul, South Korea to collect her company’s International Business Stevie Award for her business Diva Works, an exhibition stand and 3D marketing business, that in its 13 year history has seen exponential growth, delivering niche expertise in over 1,000 projects across Australia, New Zealand and the world.
The Stevie Awards- Asia-Pacific, receives hundreds of entrants from 22 Asia-Pacific nations judged by over 200 business executive judges. Diva Works’dedication, passion, growth and customer service excellent led Diva Works to be the only small business marketing company to win, bringing home a bronze Stevie Award.
Not content with the status quo, Fiona’s blood pulses with design and has brought 3D marketing success at Expos, exhibitions and sales offices to the biggest clients in Australia, including Mirvac, Siemens and Metricon. With 84% of trade show attendees being the final decision and purchasing power for potential business, 3D marketing is the most lucrative avenue for brand growth.
“Historically, trade shows are the oldest form of marketing ever invented,” says Fiona, “but from those days of vegetables on a table in ancient Mesopotamia, some companies haven’t changed. That’s why I’m here, combining strategy, first class client service with outstanding design.”
Fiona’s passion for design is what brought her to 3D marketing, but it’s a passion that started much, much younger.
“My parents knew I was destined for design when I was old enough to say the word ‘exhibition’.” Says Fiona, “as a kid I used to hold art exhibitions in my room, charging my family an entry fee, and then selling them my paintings… before asking for them back.”