If a picture paints a thousand words, what kind of canvas is available to those who want to tell their story through video?
The Communicators Club will unspool that mystery from 11:45 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. on Tuesday, April 7, when KFP Media proprietor Kristen Flynn directs our guests in the ways to harness that powerful medium.
Note: Due to Coronavirus concerns, the event will take place via videoconference at no cost to all who register.
Our guest speaker brings a quarter-century’s worth of experience in producing video and other media for corporate and nonprofit clients of all sizes. Kristen’s April 7 discussion will detail the various ways to tell your story through video, and address the ins and outs of promotional film production.
She also looks forward to demystifying the video-making process and explaining how even sole proprietors can affordably employ this valuable sales and client-retention tool.
In addition to dynamically introducing your services, staff, products and history to the wider world, video can improve your in-house fortunes: Investing in training videos helps new hires get up and running quickly.
A question-and-answer session will follow Kristen’s presentation.
A Tufts University graduate, Kristen “uses her varied experience to guide her clients through the production process, from creative concept development and scripting to on-location direction and, finally, graphic development and digital editing,” according to the KFP Media website.
Her firm is a one-stop shop for video and still-photography services, including training programs; fundraising campaigns; product demos and launches; and trade-show appearances.
We hope you’ll take part in this informative online presentation that promises to open new avenues of promotional possibilities.