We were so excited to work with the SJL Shannon team to create this “Who We Are” video. From the CEO to key players in the management team, we were able to capture the essence of what makes the whole organization successful: they are passionate about what they do and they care!
Ecover sponsored an Earth Day event teaching the attendees how to live sustainably in each room in their house. Robin Wilson, host, along with Kipling Wagner, Ecover, walked us through each room and provided some healthy tips that Ecover can now share on all of their sites. The Creative Concepts team not only had a blast planning the event but we learned a lot of cleaning tips as we produced the video!
Ecover is a great company and client that produces ecological and highly effective cleaning products. They are a big brand in Europe but the US needs to learn more about them so we shot this video during the very successful 30 under 30 event that recognized sustainablity innovators under 30 years of age. We wanted to keep the green conversation going so we are asking all of you, what do you think will happen in 30 years with sustainability?
Bigelow Tea was honored to have been chosen as the tea of choice for all Bruegger’s Bakeries. Cindi Bigelow, client and President of Bigelow, spent time with Jim Greco, CEO of Bruegger’s, and shared a story or two while making a bagel. This video was a nice way for Cindi and Jim to deepen their business relationship…bagels and tea can do that for you.
In this video, Cindi Bigelow, granddaughter of Ruth Campbell Bigelow (and President of Bigelow Tea), celebrates Bigelow’s 65 years in business by visiting Charleston, SC – home of the Bigelow-owned Charleston Tea Plantation. Cindi talks with local business owners to find out what fuels their entrepreneurial spirit. As Ruth herself learned 65 years ago, all successful entrepreneurs share one common trait: “Do what you love.” We have asked the Bigelow community on the blog, Twitter and Facebook to share their passions noted with this hashtag #whatfuelsyou
Videos we shoot can be used in a variety of ways and we help our clients make the most of these assets and this teaser was no different. We created this one from the full length video below. It was featured on the Yankees website when Joe Tore was still in New York and social networks like Facebook. See below for more details about the overall video.
While many have heard of Children’s Aid, quite a few people didn’t understand just how much the organization does for underserved kids in New York City. From uptown to downtown, our guests left our video knowing more and being grateful for all that this long standing nonprofit does for families and kids of all ages.
One of our goals with client Bigelow Tea is to meet the online community offline and face to face. And we did just that in NYC in January which was National Hot Tea month. This video shows how much fun we had with the Bigelow Tea community that we met via Twitter, Facebook and the blog. We plan on having more of these for sure so follow Bigelow on Twitter (www.twitter.com/bigelowtea) or Facebook (www.facebook.com/bigelowtea)!
Cindi Bigelow, President Bigelow Tea, wanted to get out and talk to people on the streets of New York City. First we asked some local police to be interviewed but they said no. Next we asked some nearby construction workers who said yes to talking to Cindi Bigelow and it was easy going from there. The video has become a great success with the biggest reason being that we kept the part in where one man claims he has never heard of Bigelow Tea!
Pitney Bowes wanted to reach millions of people and motivate them to write a card to a soldier or their families for the holidays. We created this video so we could explain the project and let people know how much the soldiers meant to all of the volunteers involved and then how much the cards mean to the soldiers.
Write your card today…it means a lot!
Bigelow Tea had just begun a relationship with the Red Sox and we all thought it would be fun to feature Cindi Bigelow, President Bigelow Tea, and Wally, The Red Sox mascot. Because of Cindi’s vivacious personality and Wally’s capability to communicate well without talking, the video turned out to be a big hit and garnered many views!