DIGITAL VIDEO BROCHURES

We offer a unique way to catch prospects’ attention through an innovative video brochure. Using a battery-powered LCD screen within a branded booklet, from business card size up to 30 cm by 30 cm, a video will automatically play once the recipient opens it. We can even make them with buttons that allow the user to change the video to show content that they’re interested in.

 
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“WOW” YOUR PROSPECTS

While popular in the U.S., Europe and Australia, Canada has been slow on the uptake. This gives creative marketers an option for a “wow” factor with business prospects. We know this tactic is effective because every time we showcase our business card–size video brochure, prospects are amazed that something so small plays video and sound. We’ve worked with many businesses in Mississauga, Oakville and throughout Toronto to create these innovative attention getters to get any audience to take action.

 

BETTER SALES PROCESS

These brochures are the best way to make a lasting impression with your sales proposal. The video brochure makes an powerful, leave-behind for proposals to ensure you stay top of mind. Also, if you do corporate events and you capture the event on video, video brochures make an amazing take-away or memento for participants and attendees. If you already have video, fantastic! We can simply produce the brochure and put your video on it. Our team can retrofit existing video for use on the brochure. If you don’t have video, we can take you from concept to completion.

 

“…High quality video”

“I’ve been working with Warren Leppik for pretty close to 20 years now and the big advantage for me is that Warren knows my working style. He knows the impossible deadlines that I put him through almost every single project. He understands our company very, very well. It’s comfortable to work with him. And particularly knowing that we’re going to end up with a very high quality video at the end of the day, despite not always having the luxury of time.“

Dawneen MacKenzie
(Livingston International)