Video is easy with the right partner
Thermo Fisher Scientific
“Thermo Fisher has managed to build a hugely successful video operation thanks to Wooshii. We are outputting hundreds of videos a year and Wooshii just makes it all so easy.“ Andrew Green, Global Marketing Development LeaderThermo Fisher Scientific
Working with Sciex we help to bring their event speakers and exhibitors to a wider audience. Our team work across multiple locations capturing speakers both at events and in their home territories.
The goal was to capture the spirit and goals of the Go-To-Market programme for internal morale and external awareness, The content captured would be interviews and footage of a one day event in Seattle.
eToro were looking to create 15, 30 and 60 second video adverts which would be tv and digital ready.
Armacell appointed Wooshii to create their promotional video for ArmaGel, a next-generation aerogel blanket technology for industrial pipes.
Promethean World was launching important new product features into the market and required a range of video assets to support the release.
We were tasked with creating a 5-6 minute video that would show the buoy building process from design through to completion. This would be a combination of newly shot footage, time-lapses, archive footage and a clear, consistent 2D graphics treatment.
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Reckitt Benckiser were looking for a video designed to explain and introduce Project Rain to an internal audience.
Roche called on Wooshii to make numerous styles and types of videos. Working across global teams but controlled by their central team in Switzerland Wooshii were able to deliver a stream of content. This was used to both manage internal communications but also marketing and external messaging.
3D and product videos can be expensive and problematic to pull together. Jan was looking to centralise this sort of content production and was looking for a supplier that could take away the day to day of bringing these sorts of videos to life. We were able to drive the attention required whilst distributing the work in order to keep projects within budget.
Crayon was looking to expand its audience on YouTube through the creation of unique hero campaigns. These were to promote various products they were delivering for their partners, Microsoft and Amazon.
Booking.com rely heavily on video to sell destinations as part of their sales and marketing strategy. They require hundreds of videos to be produced around the world, but they also require consistency, creativity and brand guardianship.
Qatar Airways needed a range of different videos across 30 territories: These included 360 videos, a drone shots, landscape videos and portrait and vertical versions, plus two panoramic stings – per location. They needed the footage to be raw and immersive.
Radisson Hotel Group
Radisson Hotel Group had gone through a recent merger and were looking to create destination videos in locations such as Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Turkey and Saudi Arabia. These were to be used to represent the recent changes.
Cheap Flights were struggling to find an agency with the capabilities to produce global to local creative social media videos. They were coming up against the same problem – no one had fresh ideas suited to their marketing strategy. We solved this for them using our network to crowd- source creative directors.
Marriott International, Inc. is an American multinational diversified hospitality company that develops, manages and franchises a broad portfolio of hotels and related lodging facilities.
Chelsea Clocks were looking to produce a promotional film that captured the essence and art of their work.