Of the course of the last few months I have covered a variety of topics, from corporate video costs to how to implement a video strategy, I’ve tried to shed some light on a number of areas which I am regularly questioned about.
After writing a blog, at the start of the month, regarding what considerations you should make before commissioning a corporate video, I have been meaning to come back to this topic as a result of some comments which I received. A number of the comments were in regards to does corporate video have to simply 'talking heads' shots interspersed with some fairly awful euro-pop? Now, for those of you who know my taste in music (for those who don't, see here!), you will know I am not a fan of euro-pop but irrespective of that, the answer is a firm no; corporate video doesn't mean a dull video.
We're incredibly lucky at Hub to have some fantastic interns who have worked for us over the years and it's always great to be able to stay in touch after their placement. One such intern
As a creative video agency, we love to make clever, engaging and beautiful films.
It is important to consider the problem you're facing before proposing to use video in your content approach.
At Hub we will always try to accommodate our clients wishes and of course, we wouldn't be a trusted video agency if we didn't offer a slice of our own opinion every so often.
The cost of a corporate video is ultimately down to your budget but I frequently find people wanting to understand a bit more about what makes up the cost of a corporate video production.
With the sheer range of choice for anyone looking to partner with a video production agency in London, it can be confusing as to who to pick.