Global vid tech scale-up Shootsta has landed five new major clients, capping off a year where it won contracts with over 100 companies.
Australia Post, The University of Sydney, DHL, Ashurst Lawyers and the NSW Department of Education will now all leverage Shootsta to produce, edit and publish video content.
This latest round of client wins cap off a bumper 2019 for Shootsta where it secured over 126 clients in a year. Its current total global client pool stands at 250 companies.
Some of Shootsta’s existing clients include Qantas, Coles, HSBC, Samsung, nbn, Deloitte and Optus.
“Our growth speaks to an overall shift in the market towards video content. Our business is built around helping brands produce regular, affordable, high-quality video content,” Shootsta CEO and founder Mike Prichett said.
“It’s not just about marketing either, many of our clients use Shootsta right across their organisations. Corporate Communications, Learning and Development, People, Culture and Training have all found uses for Shootsta’s always-on video solution.
“As this trend explodes, we have no reason but to be incredibly bullish about our growth in 2020.”
Launched in 2014, Shootsta provides companies with a custom-built camera kit, training and resources to shoot their own content, and a professional editing solution geared toward the seamless and quick creation of corporate video.
Shootsta operates out of five global offices located in Sydney, Singapore, Hong Kong, the US and the UK.