Greenfield Belser 2017 Annual Review

Greenfield Belser has been a Finn Partners company for almost two years. This year we are adopting the new Finn brand style we created for the firm that is on the second spread of our book. That’s exciting for all of us here at Finn, but that’s hardly all that has been going on this past year. Really, it is impossible to say we love the work we did for one client more than another, but our goal is always to show you a balanced portfolio—across sectors with firms of varying sizes located all around the country. Read more here.

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Green Ribbon Winner: CTIA

By Greenfield Belser, a Finn Partners company
August 4, 2016
Green Ribbon Winner: CTIA

Our circuit through 50 of the largest associations in America was thrilling at times, but the sheer volume of information on sites left the visitor (well, us) frequently overwhelmed. Only rarely did an association stand and declare its mission in a powerful and compelling way. That's why we feel the associations that stood out deserve credit for their outstanding features. To that end, we've awarded green ribbons to eight association websites.

The seventh green ribbon award winner is CTIA—The Wireless Association for their vital connection between the industry and its markets and presentation of promise. CTIA starts strong with an impressive account of fast facts that define the importance of the role of the wireless industry in business and our lives. The tagline, “Everything Wireless,” combined with a modern presentation of news, events, and other resources signals a vital connection between the industry and its markets. 

Inside the site is more subdued, yet rich with information. Seems like a simple courtesy, but we like how the typography inside the site is large and easy to read. We may be showing our age in this review, but it’s nice to explore a site without having to squint.