Corporate Video Production Company
Known by many as THE creative corporate video production company, we specialize in creating high-quality videos that help businesses and organizations promote their brand, products, and services. Our team of experienced video professionals works with clients across a wide range of industries with a niche of solving problems and delivery value to the company.
Perhaps you’re facing some of the challenges we’ve helped other corporate clients overcome:
How do I find a company with the right expertise and fresh ideas in corporate video production?
Corporate clients need to find a video production company that has experience producing high-quality corporate videos and understands the unique needs and goals of corporate clients. To do this, perhaps you have done research online, read reviews and testimonials from past corporate clients, and view portfolios of past corporate work.
It’s also a good idea to schedule a consultation with the company to discuss their experience and expertise creating videos like the one you want to create.
How do I stay within my budget for corporate video production project?
We may be excited to finally get that budget approved for the video project – but now realizing that you have a limited budget for corporate video production and need to find a company that can deliver high-quality results within that budget constraint! What do you do to stay in budget for your corporate video?
To do this, you can publish an RFP, you can request quotes from multiple companies that specialize in corporate video production and compare their prices and services.
Or the best way – which will get you the most creative ideas and likely the best results in the end where you feel treated like VIP – be transparent about your budget, your business goals, and seek out some “all inclusive” options that are within the budget. Ask that the quote includes contingency fees already allocated and incentives to stay on-time and on-budget.
Don’t reach out just asking for a generic quote, ask for an all-inclusive video bid that includes all the different options within that budget you’ve got and really get some great results.
How do I ensure that the company can meet tight deadlines for corporate video production? How do you ensure that you can get the video you want in the timeline you need? To do this, ask potential companies about their turnaround times for corporate video projects and their ability to meet tight deadlines.
Be transparent to them what you need, with dates that you need things by. Things like:
1) when is final sign off needed by
2) who is included in the revisions process and who can give final approval – what are their timelines like or availability to sign off on projects
3) how many rounds of changes or revisions do you want to include
4) when can you actually film the project
5) when can you actually get authorization and sign off on the scripts
6) when can you get approval and sign off on the budgets and the initial project payments sent so work can start on the project
It may seem backwards to do it this way, but if you have a big project these steps can add up – or they can be accelerated.
It’s also a good idea to have a clear timeline in place for the corporate video production process and to communicate this timeline to the production company.
How do I coordinate with other vendors for corporate video production? Video production companies often need to coordinate with other vendors, such as talent and locations, so it’s also important to have a clear plan in place for how the different vendors will work together to ensure a successful event.
Things as basic as shared Google calendars with key details
Scripts, storyboards, call sheets
Scheduled regular and ongoing meetings really help keep projects on-track and success within sight on projects large and small.
How do I effectively communicate my vision for the corporate video to the production company?
It’s very important to align vision and vendors.
That starts with the initial script approvals and signoffs.
When you get the decision makers on the final video to sign off on your video scripts – including the outline and potentially storyboard with key shots – it greatly reduces revisions and changes down the road.
Big companies often have big teams with many opinions – it’s much easier and cost efficient to align on a written document than after you’ve already wrapped up filming with your talent, staff, camera crew gear and travel.
Get clear on your vision for the project, and get signoff early in the project stages to ensure that the final product meets everyone’s expectations.
How do you do pre-production for a corporate video project?
Pre-production is a crucial stage in the corporate video production process where planning and preparation take place. Here are some of the things that need to be done in pre-production for a corporate video project to get to production – these are all things that a production company can help you with if you don’t want to do them.
- Identify the purpose and goals of the video: Determine the message you want to convey and the desired outcomes of the video.
- Create a project brief: Write a detailed brief outlining the goals and objectives of the video, as well as any specific requirements or constraints.
- Develop a concept and script: Come up with a creative concept for the video and write a script that effectively communicates your message.
- Plan the logistics: Determine the location, schedule, and equipment needed for the shoot. Obtain any necessary permits or permissions.
- Assemble the team: Hire a director, camera crew, actors, and other personnel needed for the shoot.
- Create a storyboard: Develop a visual representation of the script to help plan the shots and scenes.
- Scout locations: Visit potential locations to determine their suitability for the shoot.
- Create a shot list: Plan out each shot in detail, including camera angles, lighting, and other technical details.
- Prepare a budget: Estimate the costs of the project and create a budget to ensure that you stay within your financial constraints.
- Schedule rehearsals: Schedule rehearsals with the actors to ensure that they are prepared for the shoot.
Some of the documents that may be needed during pre-production include:
- project brief
- shot list
- call sheets
But at our core, we are storytellers. We believe that every business has a unique story to tell, and we work closely with our clients to develop compelling narratives that capture the essence of their brand and resonate with their audience. Our videos are designed to inform, educate, and entertain, using a range of creative techniques and visual styles to bring our clients’ stories to life.
We work with a wide range of clients, from small startups to large corporations, in industries ranging from healthcare and finance to technology and retail. Our team has the expertise and experience to create videos that are tailored to the unique needs and goals of each client, whether it’s a promotional video, explainer video, training video, or something else entirely.
When it comes to project structure, we take a collaborative approach, working closely with our clients every step of the way to ensure that their vision is brought to life. We provide regular updates and opportunities for feedback throughout the production process, and we are committed to delivering high-quality videos that exceed our clients’ expectations.
Overall, we are passionate about the power of video to help businesses and organizations achieve their marketing and sales objectives. If you’re looking for a partner to help you create engaging and effective videos for your business, we would love to hear from you.
Whether your company is a industrial manufacturer, a medical company, a news or sports organization, or an educational organization, we’ve probably worked with companies like yours – just ask for samples!
Here’s a testimonial from Shams at a sports network we’ve worked with on multiple occassionals.
Many marketing and event professionals are discovering the impact a corporate video production company can deliver.
When you combine the power of video plus top notch video strategy and storytelling – that’s when the magic happens.
Yes, you can see our professional lighting, composition, camera movement and sound in our sample portfolio – but it’s so much more than that.
Our expertise is in the smaller meetings and events – the interviews and b-roll.
Our goal is to build on-going and regular working relationships with companies.
We accomplish this through our strategic approach to designing custom video solutions.
Buzz words for “production value” while staying in budget.
The interviews in the 2 videos below were captured by Provid Films, not edited by Provid Films
The video below here includes interviews of corporate executives which Provid Films recorded at CH Robinson corporate headquaters. Note: our footage includes the executive interviews and b-roll of them. There is some stock footage of other parts of the country that’s not filmed by Provid Films. We were the camera crew, not editors.
– Reach out for a “quick availability check”.
– Send us the details you’ve got and if it seems like a good fit we’ll schedule a Fast 15.
Note: We work with less than 1 in 10 inquiries – so if this project doesn’t seem like a fit – we can point you to the best corporate video production company for your project since we work with many of the best meeting and event companies across the USA.