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Video Production Firm Challenges the Video Marketing Industry with Simplified Process

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Streamlined video production process scores with all involved parties.

Vaughan, Ontario, Canada – March 12, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

Dr. James McQuivey of Forrester Research states that one minute of video is equivalent to 1.8 million words, and yet statistics gathered by BIA/Kelsey show that only 22 percent of businesses anticipate releasing a video within the next year. Across the globe, 100 million people watch one or more videos online on a daily basis, and Forbes states that 59 percent of executives prefer video over text.

“Businesses need to capitalize on video, and Cameraworks Productions International, a Toronto video production company, is ready and willing to assist clients in adding video to their marketing mix,” Nancy of Cameraworks, a video production Toronto firm, declares.

When making corporate videos Toronto, Cameraworks pulls on its vast experience in media production marketing. The company developed a streamlined process, one which is guaranteed to produce outstanding results every time, while remaining on budget and on time. The quality of the production is never compromised either.

According to Nancy, the production team sits down with the client to determine the objectives and goals of the project before a project proposal is created. Production then begins, and clear communication channels remain open to ensure the client is continuously updated on project status. When the project finishes, Cameraworks stays in contact with the client, to assist with any changes which need to be made in the future.

“Cameraworks builds relationships with clients as customers know they can contact the production team at any time for help with video library/ archiving, publishing and duplication requests, live steaming and more. Cameraworks understands clients have different needs and works hard to accommodate the needs of each customer quickly and easily,” Nancy declares.

In addition to production services, Cameraworks provides green screen opportunities to those companies wishing to brand their business. “Green screen services allow businesses to add a face and personality to the company while explaining to consumers what the company is about in a short period of time. The use of this medium captures the attention of viewers while increasing their engagement, and videos of this type work on multiple marketing channels,” Nancy explains.

Clients find, with the use of green screen services, web sale conversions increase and yet the product remains cost-effective. From script consultation to post production services, Cameraworks can be of help. “Clients love that they can create an attention grabbing video rapidly while engaging viewers and promoting their business. This is just one more way Cameraworks helps clients move forward and increase their market share,” Nancy proclaims.

About Cameraworks Productions International:
Cameraworks specializes in the production of video assets for businesses, working with clients across the board to meet their video production needs. Delivering call-to-action, cost-effective, engaging, high-quality video solutions, Cameraworks recognizes the importance of video as a communication tool in the modern world and emphasizes the importance of this tool as part of a successful marketing strategy. Each video production package is customized to meet the needs of the client, allowing all to benefit from the power of video.

For more information about us, please visit http://cameraworksint.com/

Contact Info:
Name: Nancy
Email: nancy@cameraworksint.com
Phone: 416-201-9500
Organization: Camera Works

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