WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--On Tuesday, May 14, SmartBrief received Gramercy Institute’s “Most Valuable Partners in Financial Marketing” Award.
The awards celebration, held this morning at the Gramercy Financial Marketer’s Forum in New York City, recognized SmartBrief as one of the world’s top 20 financial media and marketing service providers.
Each year, the Gramercy Institute receives many highly-qualified nominations from leading financial and marketing firms around the world. “This year’s resulting roster features the very top echelon of the world’s leading financial media and marketing service providers,” said Bill Wreaks, CEO & Chief Strategist of The Gramercy Institute.
The awards celebrate exemplary partnership links between marketing teams at financial firms and their media and marketing service providers.
“The Gramercy Forum award recipients represent the top minds in financial services marketing,” said Abiy Bekele, Publisher & Team Lead, Financial Services, at SmartBrief. “On behalf of the SmartBrief team, I am delighted to accept the Gramercy Institute’s award for excellence in financial services marketing.”
Serving nearly 6 million senior executives, thought leaders and industry professionals, SmartBrief is the leading digital media publisher of targeted business news and information by industry. By combining technology and editorial expertise, SmartBrief filters thousands of sources daily to deliver the most relevant industry news in partnership with leading trade associations, professional societies, nonprofits and corporate entities.
About Gramercy Institute:
Based in New York, Gramercy Institute was founded in 2002 by CEO & Chief Analyst, Bill Wreaks. Since that time, GI has grown to become a leading global think tank for senior marketers from the world’s best-known financial institutions and is the largest network for senior marketers from major financial firms in the world. Its member firms include 38 of the world’s largest and most important financial institutions and GI encompasses a constituency of over 7,000 professionals around the world. Based in NYC, Gramercy Institute hosts forums each year in Boston, Chicago, London, New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco, and Toronto.