Do you have specific videos you need creating for your engineering business or project?
Perhaps you’ve developed new technology or systems and you’d like to share information with your clients, customers and employees, in an engaging and simplistic way – no death by powerpoint, and no information overload.
Or maybe you’re working for a well established company within engineering which is struggling with it’s online presence. You’d love to increase engagement online to raise awareness of your company.
It could be that you need to develop educational content – videos linked to the curriculum for schools, information for the supply chain, updates to procedures for employees, for example – and need help from someone with an engineering background.
Or maybe there’s a significant milestone you’re working towards and need engaging content to boost awareness – project applications, proposals, research and development grants for example.
Whatever the challenge, you need engaging video content created by someone with experience in engineering, so you can meet your targets.
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“What is Engineering” Twitter and Linkedin Campaign for the Women’s Engineering Society – this video aims to show the diversity and breadth within engineering. We worked with 30 women in engineering to share their voices. This campaign had over 15k views and 140 retweets in one day.
Communicating Science to the Public – The focus of this video was to explain the concept of energy transfer in an engaging and straightforward way. The video was targeted at the general public and aims to both entertain and educate.
Talking Climate Change with ScottishPower Renewables – This B2B video was created to inform SPR’s supply chain of their perspective on new climate change regulations. The video was released following a large energy conference and shared on Linkedin.
Science Videos for Schools – Using Alternative Media in the Classroom – We created a series of educational videos to support learning. These videos were created in a “vlog-style” which is similar to what young people watch in their spare time. The aim is to engage students in GCSE physics topics in a fun and informal way.