2022 was a truly brilliant year for Wazoku on the world stage. Across all manner of awards shows and special recognition coverage, we amassed 10 different wins and certifications, as well as a host of further nominations. From national to international, individual to company-wide rewards, it was enthralling to see our work being recognized by so many throughout the year.
Continuing that momentum into the new year, it was announced last week that we were up for yet another flurry of awards, receiving three different nominations at this year’s BOLD Awards. In the categories of ‘Boldest Crowdsourcing’, ‘Boldest Future of Work’, and ‘Boldest Open Innovation’, our work with The Geneva Learning Foundation has been nominated.
Our partnership with The Geneva Learning Foundation marks one of the biggest success stories in Wazoku history. Bringing together health professionals from across the world during the height of a global pandemic, the Wazoku platform allowed for open dialogue, the sharing of best practice, and positive change in the most difficult of circumstances.
Within ten days of the ‘Peer Hub’ going live, more than 1,200 ideas had been exchanged. By the end of 2020, 1/3 of the Hub’s 600 immunization professionals had made tangible improvements to their processes. To get the full story on this exciting and now award-nominated project, download the full customer story here!
Past winners at the BOLD Awards include The Good Lobby, Beeodiversity, and Forever Chocolate, and this year’s awards are the biggest yet. Extending over 30 different categories, the BOLD Awards are decided by a public vote, which closes on the 27th January.
You can only vote once, but every single one of them is important – so get your votes in for Wazoku's work with The Geneva Learning Foundation NOW!