The Smartphone Video For Business course is back by popular demand. It’s a practical one-day course to filming and creating quick, easy, engaging and compelling video content for your brand or business. Course details and booking.
1- It’s too expensive, I don’t have the lights or equipment and I can’t edit
2 – Video is for kids and YouTubers
You can’t afford to ignore video. It’s a great business tool that can showcase your business and expertise. Let’s take a look at the facts.
People viewing more than one hour of Facebook & YouTube videos per week
People who watch video online each day
Predicted internet traffic that will be video by 2020 (Cisco)
Jane attended one of the recent Smartphone Video For Business Masterclasses.
3 – I don’t have the time
With a little help and simple training shooting your own Vlogs (video blogs) at events or interviews and testimonials can be done in minutes and posted on social media or your website. Our Smartphone Video For Business attendees like Dr Carol regularly reach thousands of people with their self shot videos.
4 – It’s just showing off, I wouldn’t know what to say
The course helped Kate beat her first time nerves about shooting her own video.
5 – I can’t see the business benefit
Smartphone Video For Business is brought to you by two top industry professionals
Penny Haslam is a former BBC business presenter, who appeared regularly on BBC Breakfast, the News Channel and has reported for Panorama and The One Show. She now runs her own business as an inspirational speaker, visibility coach and trainer.
Steve Blears is an experienced TV producer/director & cameraman with a range of credits for BBC, Sky and Channel 4.