Sometimes you get an opportunity that can potentially make a huge difference to your business or charity. It might be an invitation to pitch to investors or funders where a lot is riding on the outcome.
You no doubt will put lots of energy into your presentation but naturally may still be nervous. This could make or break you, or at least that’s how it feels at the time. Now imagine if you could capture your pitch or some of the important elements of it in a visually engaging way. Imagine if you could go into that meeting or pitch knowing you had already nailed it. How good would that feel?
Video is a powerful tool for telling stories, for bringing personality to your brand. It grabs people’s attention, it’s short, communicates effectively through dynamic visuals (unlike reports) and can be perfected in a way that a verbal pitch never can. Think of it as your best presentation on your best day, available on tap any time. No more bad hair days!
When you show the work you do on the ground, putting faces and names to the people involved, you create an emotional connection which is another powerful motive for your audience to engage with the work you do and why you do it.
In June this year we worked with the Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship, (part of Oxford University) to create a powerful video to help them with a big pitch to secure ongoing funding.
If you’d like to know more about using video or animation for your business or charity then get in touch for an informal chat.
You may also like to check out our NEW 2 hr Video Hero Workshop where Ravinol Chambers, founder and director of award-winning video production agency Be Inspired Films, will be sharing his top five reasons for using video and the seven biggest mistakes people make.