Hundreds of major Australian companies including Australia Post, Transgrid and South32 will now immediately and seamlessly be able to produce webinars, podcasts and digital events thanks to a suite of new product launches from Shootsta.
To facilitate the increasing need from companies to communicate digitally, Shootsta has brought forward its plans to expand beyond corporate video.
“When COVID-19 first struck, I immediately called a number of our most susceptible clients to ask them how we could help,” Shootsta CEO Mike Pritchett [feature image left] said.
“It was apparent that while video will be a key form of communication over this period, companies are keen to ramp up their efforts on other forms for content to inform their customers and keep their brand front of mind.
“We’re already experts at production. The introduction of these new products capitalise on that knowledge and will help out clients rapidly deploy new strategies to adapt to what are very challenging times.”
The new product suite including podcasts, animated explainer videos, voiceovers, and pre-produced webinars will be immediately available as part of Shootsta regular subscription service.
Shootsta is based in five cities: Singapore, Hong Kong, Sydney, San Diego and London, and has worked with over 250 blue-chip companies around the globe including FWD Group, Cathay Pacific, Oracle, BHP Billiton, and HomeAway (Expedia), with over 100 of these brands in 2019 alone.
The company expects this suite of products will boost and encourage a number of major brands to launch podcasts, digital events and webinars within the coming weeks.