This week we hosted our second 29ERS Networking Event. Despite the early hour, we had a great turn out and just about managed to squeeze everyone into our studio on Miller Street.
Tickets for the event sold out back in December, so we’d been looking forward to the event all month!
One of the features that makes our event so unique is the 29-second pitches. We give everyone the opportunity to address the whole room, telling them who they are, who they work for, and what they do.
But they have just 29 seconds in which to do it.
The pitches have proved very popular, with most people keen to take part. They’re a great way to find out who you want to connect with quickly so that you can get the most out of the event and ensure you’re talking to the right people. It’s also a great way to practice your pitch in a friendly and supportive environment.
Oh, and the best pitch also wins a feature on the show!
Watch to find out who was the winner from this week’s event.
If you’d like to come along to the February event then check out our networking page, but be quick. We’re already running low on tickets!
Autorek are a global technology company with their HQ in Glasgow. Specialising in financial, operational and regulatory reporting and control products, Autorek work with many leading FS companies and some of the world’s largest corporations from a range of sectors.
We’re working with Autorek on a full service recruitment campaign, comprising of a landing page, video, and promotion.
This week we were in their offices capturing footage for their video and catching up on the campaign progress.
Become (formerly the Who Cares Trust) are a charity supporting young people who are care, or are recent care leavers.
We’re working with Become to create a series of case study videos that they can share with the supports to explain the work that they do.
This week we were on location at the City of Glasgow College to film some of these stories. While we were filming we took a moment to chat to Dominic Stevenson who works at Become. He explained how important video is a communication tool for charities, allowing them to talk to their supporters in a way that copy and still image alone do not.
This week we set the mic up in our studio to put the finishing touches to a campaign video we’ve created for Wildfire Technology. Wildfire Technology specialising in building online apps that provide real-world business solutions.
Voiceovers are a core part of video marketing, and our guide on how to record a voiceover was one the most read posts on our blog last year. Take a look »
Property Managers Association Scotland
You may recall back in Episode 22 that Kev and Gillian gave a Make Intelligent Video talk at the Property Managers Association Scotland (PMAS) annual conference. This week we catch up with PMAS on our latest project.
After presenting at the event we were approached by PMAS to work on their website.
Building the site from the ground up, we worked closely with the team before Christmas on pinning down the website’s objectives and core audiences, so that we could outline a measurement plan and content strategy. This week we went along to their offices to show them the new designs that emerged out of this ground work.
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