You’re ready to start your first (or next) corporate video project. You can’t decide whether to shoot it on your iPhone or call the Coen Brothers to see if they can squeeze in a corporate gig between films. What to do? The following is a list of things to consider before you reach out to…
This video is fun, it’s memorable, it’s evocative and it’s something that you want to share. It informs you, it engages you, it moves you and it’s very well done. Wow.
In Miami, you can literally turn your camera on, point it in any direction and find something interesting to shoot.
The video production piece (shooting and editing) represents about 1/3 of the total value in the video development process. Planning (building the right messages for your audience) and promotion (making sure the video is seen) are both equally important.
The value today is in how you apply video to your market, not in how you make a video.
Companies large and small would benefit from both lessons learned and mistakes made in these videos.
Work-related videos are driving senior executives to take action.