- Explainer videos
- Social media visual content
- Content marketing
- Drone visuals
- Event promo videos
- Case studies
- Testimonial videos
- Internal communication
- TV commercials
- Non-profit promo videos
- Landing page videos
- Company documentaries
Are you looking for a corporate commercial videographer? At Gillespie Productions, we specialize in producing action for your organization through storytelling corporate video. As corporate commercial videographers, we help your target audience engage with your story through the powerful medium of video. Our intertwined background of broadcast journalism, corporate communications, video production, television, graphic design and audio result in a product that is polished, engaging and on-point.
A corporate videographer creates a visual story that achieves a business goal. We use filmmaking tools to create a video that looks similar to what you might see on television or documentaries. The storylines closely follow a communication or marketing strategy in a way that is interesting to the viewer.
Yes, our services include everything from pre-production through final file delivery. After the shoot, whether in a studio or on location, we take the raw footage and distill it into a flowing story.
Gillespie Productions internal and extended team has decades of combined experience in various video-related and corporate fields. We work with multi-billion dollar corporations, as well as small businesses looking to tell their stories.
Ultimately, it comes down to gaining more sales with customers and alignment with your employees. Video has become the preferred medium of content consumption during the internet age. Video is compelling to internal and external audiences, it generates more engagement than text, and it keeps your company relevant in today’s digital world.
As with so many things, the cost varies wildly, depending on the complexity of the project. The variables are how much planning goes into the project, how many shoot days are needed and how long the edit will take. Generally speaking, you should expect to pay in the low thousands, not the hundreds. Video might not be for everyone, and corporate video costs more than weddings and portraits, but the value could be there if the final product achieves a big-time goal.
Corporate event videography can be a great tool to recruit more attendees for next year’s big conference. When attendees hear about your event, they’ll likely check out the schedule, the city, the hotel. Make sure they get a feel for the event by checking out a promo video that shows what it’s like to be there and what they’ll get out of it, as told by happy attendees from the prior year.
Yes, you can find great video production from places outside of New York, L.A. and Chicago. We are based in De Pere (just outside of Green Bay), and we travel throughout Wisconsin and beyond to capture your story.
For starters, having some sort of corporate video element(s) on your website has become almost an expectation for your audience. But the need for a corporate video on your website goes well beyond just keeping up with the pack. A polished video allows your customers to experience your brand and/or product or service before engaging in a sales conversation. How do you them to feel? Business videos are also go-to content when the sales process actually starts. You can wow your customers with the same, carefully structured 2-minute video every time a customer learns more about your company. This ensures consistency in message and intended outcome, which become vitally important when you have 50 sales reps talking to prospective customers. A video is also a great way to introduce your company in the opening discovery meeting, instead of walking through a 10-15 minute presentation. Save that time for sales conversations. When we say, “professional business video,” the key word in that is “professional.” At the risk of sounding like video snobs, it is important to consider what impression you want to give in your video content. Smartphones are great for video makers to generate easy content, but when you’re talking about those cornerstone pieces of your marketing effort, how you produce that video will say a lot to your customer in your attention to quality and detail.
There are many different types of corporate videography. Our services range anywhere from producing full-length corporate documentaries to delivering powerful video content for corporate events. As a video maker, our goal is to produce action from your target audience, regardless of the application. At Gillespie Productions, we have many different types of corporate videography, with the most common forms being a company overview video, recruiting video and brand video. We occasionally engage a full crew, from director to camera operators, in a studio environment, but we most often we are filming in a customer’s natural environment.
When you consider the impact video has on viewers’ emotions of how they view your company, there’s little surprise that video plays a big role in building brands. Often, we see a brand video being the building block of a brand rollout. A brand video brings your brand essence to life. In other words, when go through a branding exercise and you have a strategy and messaging book, and you ask the question, “What does this look like in real life,” that’s what the brand video illustrates. After the brand video typically comes a series of videos that dive a little deeper in your brand values. A great way we’ve seen them work is when we can tell an employee’s individual story that exemplifies what that value is all about.
Our best work gets done when we can work face-to-face with you. We travel anywhere to produce action in Wisconsin - Green Bay, Appleton, Wausau, Milwaukee, Madison, you name it. We’re also able to travel for video production in Chicago or anywhere else in the country to bring your story to life.