Our next workshop will be held on 13th February in Central London.
If you are a business in the food and drink industry then this workshop could be for you. We’ll explore how online video can be used strategically to make you stand out in a competitive landscape and deliver the best possible ROI on a finite budget – leading to increased brand presence, market share and ultimately sales.
Join George Hughes, a former BBC food series producer / director who founded Small Films to apply the techniques from broadcast television to help brands grow their audience with online video.
Due to the success of our previous Recipe events we are bringing it back for a 8th time in the New Year to help kickstart your video marketing strategy with a bang! We will cover a range of topics around video and the food and drink industry including statistics, trends, video must dos and digital content, to help you plan and amplify your own digital marketing strategy in 2019.
How to set up a strategic video marketing campaign.
The types of video content that get the best results.
How to use digital advertising to amplify your video content.
Here’s what some of the previous attendees thought about it!
“The SmallFilms event was great. It really helped us clarify the direction we wanted to head with video marketing strategy for 2018. Shout out to George and the team for making it a really interesting morning!” Joshua Small, Hippeas
“Small Films created the perfect laid back environment for the event. George presented us with a range of videos to discuss, as well as suggesting ways that we (as a small business) could create our own videos for Social Media. It was a great opportunity for us to learn from other Food and Drinks brands successes or failures and share any tips or tricks that we have learnt along the way.” Brodie Fairchild, Moju
“The video strategy workshop was well rounded. Relevant. Focused on specifics but also the bigger picture for all companies involved. It was evident that all members of small films had previously researched said companies attending to provide more personalised support during the workshop.” Sophie Rucker, Seedlip
“We found the event so interesting and it really helped us understand the power and growth of video in social media marketing and how we could build video into our strategy. Being a small business we learnt how you can use video on so many different scales to suit many different budgets.” Charlotte Moulson, Livia’s Kitchen