Business events – from luncheons with your team to large conferences – are a way to share information. Providing video that does this is essential. Imagine going to a company-wide conference only to have speakers on hand to lecture for hours on end. It is boring and hard to retain information even when the content is interesting to you. But, explainer videos can help you take information and create it in such a way as it gets a clear message out to your attendees.
How to Use Explainer Videos at Your Events
Nearly any type of business function can benefit from the introduction of explainer videos. These videos take the material and break it down to make it easy to understand. You can expect this type of content to provide education, insight, key topics, or details.
At a conference, you will want to choose numerous videos like this. It should be content that helps get your message out with the right sound and composition to grab and hold the attention of your viewers. If, on the other hand, you are hosting a smaller event, such as a board meeting or an investor summit, you will want to use more formal explainer videos. In this format, they should work more effectively than a simple PowerPoint.
You can also use explainer videos for other needs. For example, create one to help teach your employees how to handle various scenarios they come across while working with your customers. You can use them to communicate your company’s message in a fundraising video. Use them as a way to communicate directly with your customers, too, such as explaining your product or service.
Making Them Successful
In order to get the most out of your explainer videos, really work to develop the content of them. You will need to have the right type of message, but you also need the details to be just right. This should include music, lighting, and composition. It also is important to develop a well thought out script, one capable of answering all of their questions before they ask.
Finally, pull off your video with care. To do this, focus on ensuring your viewers have a great view. Be sure you have the proper equipment to showcase your video in the best format. And, consider creating several videos for larger events.