Bottled water company wins big at branding awards

Spritzer executive director Dr Chuah Chaw Teo (right) accepting the World Branding Awards 2017 - Brand of the Year (Water Category) award.

MINERAL water company Spritzer Bhd added two more awards to its already long list of achievements this month.

For the eighth consecutive year, it managed to garner the Frost & Sullivan – Asia Pacific Bottled Water Company of the Year award in Singapore. The company was also named World Branding Awards 2017 – Brand of the Year under the Water Category for the third year running in England.

The company based in Taiping said in a statement that the Frost & Sullivan Best Practices Awards recognises companies throughout a range of regional and global markets for leadership, technological innovation, customer service, and strategic product development.

“The award is further affirmation of the relentless quest by Spritzer to become a global bottled water player.”

Dedicating its win at the World Branding Awards to the Spritzer team, loyal customers as well as business partners, the company said such an achievement would have been impossible without their support over the years.

Judging of the World Branding Awards is carried out through three streams – brand valuation, consumer market research and public online voting.

Following rigorous assessment and voting by more than 120,000 consumers from around the world, brands with the highest votes are later shortlisted and judged by the World Branding Forum Advisory Council.

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