Guest Speaker – Jeremy Mason. Grow your coaching business with Video Marketing

We are really pleased to introduce Jeremy Mason as our first Coach of Excellence webinar speaker.  Jeremy is on a mission to help and empower businesses to create a video that really resonates with their audiences, offers value to their potential clients and drives ROI and growth. So businesses don’t just survive this pandemic – but thrive.  He is passionate about video and business, he gets a buzz out of using his knowledge and experience to help businesses succeed and enjoy real results with video.

HIS EXPERIENCE INCLUDES:
🎥 20+ years in UK TV as a DP, Producer & Cameraman
📈 Business Owner for 15+ years
👨‍🎓 Qualified Digital Marketer
📹 YouTube Creator

84% of people say that they’ve been convinced to buy a product or service by watching a video.  When asked how they’d most like to learn about a product or service, 69% said they’d prefer to watch a short video. (Wyzowl)
Video is becoming an ever-more important tool for business as clients and audiences continue to migrate online.

Video is huge. But you know that.
Video offers AWESOME potential to transform businesses for the better.
Question is – how do you go about making it work for YOUR business?
How can you utilise it to produce trackable, measurable results?
And how can you do it all with the minimum of fuss and agro?

Motion Picture Video Production is a Hampshire based boutique video production house that offers an end-to-end bespoke video marketing & production service. With our 20+ years of professional experience in UK broadcast TV, we can guide you through conception, production, and implementation. Producing online and offline video content that really works for you and your business.

Michelle & Kirstie will be on hand to answer any questions you have specific to your Coach of Excellence Accreditation at the end of the webinar and we are looking forward to seeing you at the first Coach of Excellence webinar!

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