What do you tell investors, customers, and partners ... and why should they care? You won't succeed by listing facts and bullet points; it's about a story.
You need a single, perfectly-sculpted narrative that ripples through your website. Your video. PowerPoint. One-pager. Case Studies. Press Releases. Blog Posts.
We create those. We edit them. We design them.
Keep scrolling to see what we offer in our one-stop shop:
Click on each for a description of our approach...
...and we're happy to help write AND design flyers, social media image & video ads, brochures, business cards, conference booth art, and more!
Jay Bailey, CEO and Creative Director, spent two decades running Digitization, Design, Marketing, and Communications departments, most recently for almost a decade at a public hi-tech company. Over the years, he was frustrated with the delays, expense, management and "we know better than you" approach of most vendors he worked with to supply Marketing resources. Setting off on his own in 2009, he determined to do it right ... the way he'd always hoped to receive these services.
SO HERE'S WHO WE HELP
Half of our clients are startups (in Israel and around the world) in their early years: Brilliant ideas, mind-blowing tech, and ... trouble explaining it all concisely in a way that triggers the "Aha!" moment.
The other half? More established companies or organizations looking to refine their message or create new collateral or online content.
The common denominator? Teams who do a lot of things well, but recognize that they don't (and shouldn't!) have an in-house video team or someone focused exclusively on telling their story. They know that they aren't always there to defend the pitch, so it's got to do the trick ... the first time.
Here are some helpful resources to help optimize your projects...
HOW WE WORK
We employ a core team to handle animation, video editing and text editing, as well as design (with long-time, dedicated freelancers called in when needed for specific projects). Because we know that multiple points of contact can be confusing and frustrating to everyone involved, Jay decided years ago to keep the team small and, with a few exceptions where practical, he acts as the single point of contact with clients. This ensures consistency and continuity - from initial product definition and pricing discussions, through execution and completion.
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