The Vasculitis Foundation wanted a video to help create more awareness of the challenges of Vasculitis during Vasculitis Awareness month.
Tami wanted to extend her reach as she campaigned for the Connexus Energy board. This short video created awareness through a Facebook ad campaign.
Songwriter Maria Verven wrote and produced a song expressing how the pandemic is making many people feel. She wanted a music video to personify the lyrics.
Audience: internal Objective: raise the profile of the company's information security policy and the benefit of knowing what it contains. We used a 1980s late night tv ad spoof to bring attention to the information security policy (30 second excerpt)
CSI wanted to reveal an upcoming sales conference destination in a big way. The video was used at an event on a big screen.
Audience: internal Objective: create a highlight video of this employee event at Troutbrook Nature Center featuring employees from many of the Pohlad companies.
APi Group wanted to help their internal audiences better understand how their medical benefits worked and how their healthcare decisions impact the premiums they pay. This Explainer-style approach complemented existing benefits videos APi was already using.
RSM wanted to help their employees gain a better understanding of parts of their business and how they work together.
The Bandimere Team of Keller Williams was looking for a way to help site visitors get a better flavor of the personalities of their team members.
The Anoka Area Chamber of Commerce wanted to highlight the benefits of membership; both to remind existing members and attract new ones. They used this video at the beginning of meetings, on their web site, and on social media channels.
Audience: internal Objective: create an entertaining message to bring attention to and impart the importance of continuing education We used a spoof of pharmaceuticals ad to add engage the audience.
RSM wanted a tool to help them promote the company as a great place to work.
Audience: internal Objective: develop a video that shares the culture of their office and communicates the past year's accomplishment. This 30 second excerpt shows the tone and flavor of the office culture piece. (we only share short excerpts of internal projects to protect proprietary information)
IABC Minnesota wanted a way to help potential attendees understand the concept of convergence as the foundation of a day-long professional development event.
CWN wanted a video they could use to welcome new employees and could also serve as a recruiting tool.
Calabrio wanted to let web site visitors hear from current customers about the experience of working with Calabrio.
Pilsbury United Communities wanted a way to help people understand the many facets of their agency and the many ways they enrich the communities they serve.
Audience: external Objective: help viewers understand how the Calabrio products are helping one of its customers be more effective and efficient in managing their call center
Maria Verven wanted an affordable way to create something visual to promote her new album.
Audience: event attendees (association members) Objective: create a theme-based opener to set the tone the event and the "Who's BOB" line
Salon Innovations needed a quick video as part of a new product introduction for internal audiences.
Calabrio hosts an educational event for its customers. They wanted a way to invite customers and help them understand what the event is about.
Cushman Wakefield NorthMarq wanted a way to share the company's history with employees as well as external audiences as they celebrated their 100th anniversary.
Dalsin wanted to give prospective clients a glimpse of the capabilities of its metal bending equipment.
The Anoka Area Chamber of Commerce wanted a web site that provided information for both its members and the communities it serves. They wanted the most looked at information available on the home page. They also wanted to be able to update the site themselves.
Part of the festivities in the Halloween Capital of the World (Anoka, MN) is the Gray Ghost Run; a run/walk event that precedes the Halloween Grand Day Parade. The race event attendance had been slowly declining as other Halloween-themed events emerged in Twin Cities. Race organizers wanted an online presence to serve as the hub for information about the race and to allow for online race registration.