We get it– using video in your business can feel like challenging Goliath (and you're not sure you're David).
Luckily, you don't need a high-effort, low-output approach for video in order to maximize returns, both internally and externally. Nextiva's in-house video producers, Max and Tony, have seen and made just about every type of video a business could ask for, and will share their experiences on how to choose and make the high ROI videos your business needs.
Topics around business video they'll be covering:
- Entry points/costs
- Starting a video culture within your business and with business partners
- Identifying where your website needs video
- Simple video ads to make (and ones to avoid)
Have you noticed your competitors actively using video? Learn how to beat them at their own game. Are your competitors clueless to it? Make it an unfair fight.
Join Max and Tony on August 28 and learn how to make high ROI videos for your business.
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About our presenters
Max Anderson is a video producer at Nextiva, leading projects that build company culture, and recruit top talent. Collaborating with nearly every department, both locally, and around the country, Max’s mission is to ensure that the company story is shared through the lens of the people who know it best - the employees.
With nearly 15 years of experience in video production, Max attended the Film School at Scottsdale Community College, and has since collaborated with countless brands to help clarify their message, and drive business. He has a passion for travel & adventure photography, and feels most at home when with his wife, near a camera and a campfire.
Tony Calvis is a video producer at Nextiva, heading the company's video production for brand, products, and large-scale events. He works closely with leadership and marketing teams to ensure the customer journey lives up to Nextiva's standard of "Amazing Service," especially in regards to CX, brand identity, and marketing communications.
Having previously worked in the Los Angeles film industry for six years, Tony sees excitement in the opportunity to bring that experience and knowledge to a B2B company's video efforts. He finds inspiration through his wife, two children, and a borderline-obsessive approach to making business videos not suck.