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The SpaceStation is once again Digital Category winner at MOST Awards

The SpaceStation, the leading digital media sales company in South Africa, were once again named best in Digital at the MOST Awards held in Johannesburg last night. This is the sixth time the company has taken a Digital category award.
The SpaceStation team accept their award for Best Digital Sales team at the 2015 MOST Awards
The SpaceStation team accept their award for Best Digital Sales team at the 2015 MOST Awards
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The MOST Awards are an annual research-based award that encourages excellence in service delivery and innovation from media owners and agencies.

Says Gustav Goosen, CEO of The SpaceStation: "A MOST Award is our most revered accolade because it is a direct acknowledgement from our clients. We take great pride in our performance each year and I am thrilled for my team with our win."

Mark Botha, The SpaceStation's Sales Director, who attended the event last night, said: "Our team works incredibly hard and this is always wonderful recognition. Winning a MOST Award is a credible and powerful industry nod towards The SpaceStation's level of service and understanding of the digital landscape."

Said Media24 CEO Esmaré Weideman: "The SpaceStation is in a league of their own. Not only do they represent great brands, which offer clients massive scale and deep customer loyalty, they also understand the needs of advertisers in terms of native advertising and other advertising solutions. We are very proud of this world-class team."

This year The SpaceStation scored particularly well in 'knowledge of own brands and media landscape' and 'service delivery'. They received 34% of the Best in Category votes and also received the highest number of votes (62) compared to 31 and 32 received by 2nd and 3rd place. This gave them the highest score of 8.82.

The Media Online reported that this year saw a record number of entries, numbering close on 600. The Media magazine, published by award organisers Wag the Dog, said that after so many wins, The SpaceStation has clearly found the right formula for servicing its clients. "In a category that has grown from six companies in 2009 to over twenty five in 2015, The SpaceStation team continuously raises the bar."

This is what some of the voters had to say about The SpaceStation:
  • 'Creative in solutions and opportunities for clients to use their media.'
  • 'By far the best digital agency, they excel at delivery and quality of work.'
  • 'Always on top of their game. Make digital easy to understand.'
  • 'Our relationship with them as stood the test of time - they are the industry experts.'
For more information on The SpaceStation, visit www.thespacestation.co.za, follow us on Twitter @SpaceStationZA and LinkedIn

About The SpaceStation:

The SpaceStation is once again Digital Category winner at MOST Awards
The SpaceStation is the largest premium display advertising sales house in Sub-Saharan Africa.

A Naspers' lead digital media sales company in Africa, through an innovative partnership between 24.com and DStv Media Sales, The SpaceStation is able to offer clients - whether advertisers or media planners - an effective, single point of access to the biggest online and mobile portals in Africa.

Their full service team of more than 40 staff offer creative, customised, innovative and engaging advertising solutions to strategically targeted audiences across a range of premium digital platforms including web, mobile, app, email and interactive TV. This provides the opportunities for powerful cross platform and multi-channel integration of campaigns.

With over 30 million international and 16 million South African Unique Browsers each month, The SpaceStation exclusively represents more than 50 of Africa's favourite websites, mobi-sites and mobile apps, affording their clients unrivalled, strategic and competitive access to Africa's online population.

For more information, visit www.thespacestation.co.za.

10 Sep 2015 10:54

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