Promotional Videos

Morelli's Ice Cream: Eco-Tub - an edible ice cream tub

At Morelli's they now sell more ice cream in tubs than cones - and they wanted to see if they could come up with a way of reducing waste.

So they worked with their local wafer and cone supplier to develop an edible ice-cream tub - and asked us to make this video to help them launch it.

The video was launched across social media channels to promote their attendance at the Tesco Taste Fest in Belfast in September 2019.

Magic Beans - helping you to grow your business

Sharon Brown and Clare Galloway are the Co-Founders of Magic Beans - a subscription based accountancy service which focuses on providing SME's with the Internal Finance Manager role at a fraction of the cost of recruiting a full time person themselves.

In this video they explain how Magic Beans came about, their experience in the finance sector and the major benefits of the servcie and software they offer their customers.

The video was intended for use on their website and across social channels as a lead generation tool.

Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering at Ulster University - The Placement Experience

This video features several recent graduates of the Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering degree at Ulster University, Magee Campus talking about the value that their placement year added to their learning.

The video was part of a package created for the School of Computing, Engineering & Intelligent Systems to promote the University to potential students as part of a strategy to increase undergraduate numbers.

Array Academy by Array Aesthetics - Our Training

This video features Dr. Chris Hutton of Array Aesthetics explaining what is involved at their Foundation Training Course for people wanting to learn how to use Botox and Dermal Fillers.

The video was filmed at one of the training days at the Array Aesthetics premises in Belfast and features footage from the classroom training session as well as the practical training demonstrations which involved working on both models and real patients.

The video was intended for use on the Array Aesthetics website and YouTube channel with a subtitled version created for use on social media as part of paid advertising campaigns to promote future editions of the training.