Brand Identity

Launching the Corporate Receptionist of the Year Award

As we’ve been closely involved with this new award ever since it was conceived, we were invited to the inaugural launch on 8 May 2019.

This is because Greenfisher is the creative partner for the award and designed the new, distinctive brand identity, the website and the impressive award, itself. Find out how we did it. In the months leading up to the highly successful launch event, we’ve provided behind-the-scenes support for the social media and PR campaign and Craig Thatcher was one the judges on the panel to shortlist the ten finalist and select the overall winner.

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The Business Forum brand identity and website

The Business Forum brand identity and website

The Business Forum is a well-established business to business networking group in the Thames Valley, which has built up a strong reputation over the last TEN years. The members of the group have a wealth of senior management experience in sectors across the business spectrum. As well as being long-standing members we have also helped them with the branding and website.

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A distinctive identity

A distinctive identity

A simple typographic execution of the Lintel logo alludes to the concept of pathways and opening doors, as Lintel offers expert and bespoke assistance in educational fields. Our simple execution of this idea has given them a bold platform  to grow their business.

A strong tangerine colour was chosen for the logo, which we matched with an equivalent coloured board for their  business cards. The website is powered by WordPress, allowing them to edit, update and manage it all for themselves.

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Basingstoke Consortium

Basingstoke Consortium

Basingstoke Consortium is a charity that works with young people to promote motivation, self-confidence and skills that will take them into adult life. The withdrawal of government funding meant that the charity needed to secure further funding from the private sector through corporate sponsorship.

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