Our Video Solutions
We make our videos with the intention of solving your business pain points. It’s pretty pictures – with purpose.
Safari Plumbing approached us with a difficult question: How do you make a plumbing company video look sexy? On Brand had to give them an answer they didn’t expect: You don’t. Customers don’t want sexy plumbers, they want a an experienced plumber they can trust. As our video solution shows, that’s exactly what makes Safari Plumbing great.
Canvas Resto Bar
People go to restaurant chains because they know what to expect. It’s reliable. So how does a local Resto Bar get clients in the door? You show them the look and feel, and what they will get for their money. Then let the food speak for it’s self.
National Military Cemetery at Beechwood
When we started working with the National Military Cemetery at Beechwood they had two sales issues that needed to be addressed. First, many people did not know Canada had a National Military Cemetery. Second, those people that did know, believed misinformation. We came up with a single video solution that addressed both problems. This video will be shown to all new members of the Canadian Military as they arrange for insurance at the beginning of their career.
Dr. Melvin Lee
It can be hard to set yourself apart in a crowded field. Dr. Melvin Lee wanted to demonstrate how dedicated professionals that care can make all the difference. On Brand by Stayci Keetch delivered a video solution that allowed potential clients to see the passion and dedication that Dr Lee brings to Dentistry.
On Brand was hired to capture footage from a full day conference to be used to launch the Keynote’s new book. When the official release date for the book came around, she had this sales tool ready to launch with the book, and great footage of her speaking from the stage to use in her other marketing.
Sometimes it’s hard to get people to come and check out your location. If you can show them what it looks like from the comfort of their digital device, it can be a lot easier to get them in the door. Having the owner’s voice take you through the store, hearing their passion, is much more impactful than a radio voice reading a script.