Citrix wanted to celebrate and appreciate the women who empower, elevate, and unlock the potential of Citrix. But how do we tell those personal stories while everyone is sheltering in place? Our solution was one of our first Video Production by Mail projects.
"We delivered the video last night and client is very happy. You did a great job making this happen—thank you for everything."
This American Advertising and Telly Award winning video was made for Data for Good, a division of Facebook. They were seeking a flagship video to build awareness about their philanthropic program. This was to be used on the top of their website and informative events within and outside of Facebook. We decided that meeting their marketing goal was to let their very appreciative partners champion their cause.
“Finally, after years of doing this work, we now have something that perfectly shows why our humanitarian partnerships are important.”
LAURA MCGORMAN | Policy Lead, Data for Good at Facebook
Cisco was launching its newest collaboration and adaptive workforce service. But how do we tell that teamwork while everyone is sheltering in place? Our solution was one of our first Video Production by Mail projects.
"Turn on a Dime was shown today at our Customer Experience All-Hands meeting. Lots of congratulatory messages going out."
"It’s official - Prop 19 won. Thanks so much for your help throughout this year on the Biden and Prop 19 campaigns. You did incredible work in very trying circumstances. Looking forward to future collaborations."
BEN NUCKELS | Partner, Strother Nuckels Strategies
The Humane Society of Sonoma County has been rescuing animals since 1931. This nonprofit organization relies solely on financial donations, and Ben Staub created this Addy and Telly award winning brand video to meet their annual budget, by asking a simple empathetic question: What’s Your “Why”?
"Ben is a master at taking the ideas we have in our heads and translating them into beautiful videos with heart and soul that always exceed expectations."
SIGNE ROSS-VILLEMAIRE| Communications Manager, Humane Society of Sonoma County
This is the second episode of the “Startup Stories” series, starring Reed Hastings of Netflix. Commissioned by the venture capital firm Foundation Capital, this series relives the early days of entrepreneurship of the leaders of now successful partners of Foundation Capital. The series educates and entertains about early business growth and venture capital, building true inbound marketing to young entrepreneurs.
Spatial Computing, a division of Facebook, was coming out of stealth and needed two videos to build excitement of the department and aid in recruiting and partnerships. The creative choice for this marketing need was to use testimonials of subject matter experts working on specific new technologies, along with simple graphics to give an overview of the technologies.
“The piece looks great and the team is excited to be showing it.”
For nearly 40 years The National Alopecia Areata Foundation has been the leader of support and research of this autoimmune disease. But how do we tell those personal stories while everyone is sheltering in place? Ben Staub used our Video Production by Mail process to put together this testimonial.
"Time and again, Ben has taken on an assignment and exceeded expectations. His technical command is second-to-none, as is his professionalism in producing work on time if not ahead of schedule."
GARY SHERWOOD | Communications Director, National Alopecia Areata Foundation
Testimonials use video of real people giving their unique perspectives and information on a brand, idea, or product. Often the people are customers, collaborators, or subject matter experts. It is an honest and direct approach, and is the most effective way to build trust with an audience. Graphics and demonstrations are sometimes included to give a better understanding.