We tell compelling stories about dry or complex topics to make learning fun at work
B2B video includes anything you need to communicate to business partners or potential clients
Below are some of our favorite B2B video examples
Motorola - Mobile Justice
Whenever Motorola releases a new device, they engage us to produce a series of training videos that are shown to retail associates at Best Buy, AT&T, Verizon, and several other carriers/outlets.
Mobile Justice is a daytime court TV parody that presents tech specs and features in a more colorful environment than usual.
Unum - Disability Insurance
The B2B team at Unum was looking for an entertaining way to explain the benefit of auto-enrolling employees in Disability Insurance. The resulting video is centered around the premise that humans tend towards the path of least resistance.
Animated Music Video
We've explored many different form factors to bring Motorola's B2B training content to life. For this release, we produced an animated music video complete with a catchy original song to make the key selling points memorable for viewers.
Mom Makes Memes
When the pandemic made it difficult to gather a production crew in person, we tried new concepts that would let us tell fun stories from a distance. Here is one example from a series of at-home video journals.
Internal video includes all types of messaging for employees and subcontractors
Below are some of our favorite internal video examples
Event Kickoff Video
The team at JSSI bravely (and wisely) asked us to help create an irreverent, self-aware video to break the ice at the start of their three day global team meeting.
We collected details about the inner workings of the company and wrote jokes custom-tailored to resonate with JSSI employees. It's a great way to show your employees that you hear them and you get them.
SAP Leadership Training
This video was embedded into an eLearning module on coaching & leadership. SAP knew what key talking points they wanted and tasked us with creating a series of short, fun videos to break up the content and bring scenarios to life.
Content like this does a great job of building relatability and teeing up a productive discussion.