Specialist content marketing and social media agency Kamber has launched its Kamber Video division. This follows a soft launch process that started in April.
Kamber founder and managing partner Adam Vincenzini says Kamber Video has been developed to fill a specific and ever growing client need – the demand for high quality, affordable video content.
“The rise and effectiveness of compelling online video content has been well documented and continues to be rewarded by the major publishing platforms. However, one of the constant barriers has been the cost.
“Kamber Video has been launched to address this. It allows clients to develop regular creative content without blowing the budget.
“We are also focused on creating and delivering content to meet fast turnaround deadlines. Our clients know they must mirror the behaviours of contemporary online participants who consume and share video content that is short, punchy and timely,” Vincenzini said.
Kamber Video will particularly focus on the production of creative branded content, animation and motion graphics, interviews and profiles, demonstration and tutorials, training videos, internal communications, and event-based content.
“The response to our soft launch over the past few months has proven there is a hunger for the production areas we are focusing on. We have already produced more than 15 videos and have several new projects in the pipeline.
“Kamber Video is an exciting addition to the Kamber family and enables us to further augment our potent digital campaigns and programs.”
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