Getting animated about CPL’s video service

Have you got some explaining to do?

Then why not ask CPL to create an animated video to help you do it?

Tell us what you want to explain and we’ll storyboard it, write the script and bring your potentially complex message to life in a simple, understandable and engaging way.

We’ve already done it for UK Shipping, which wanted to explain its position in connection with Brexit negotiations.

We’ve supported a housing association in spreading the word about its help to buy scheme.

And this is one of a number of animated videos we created for the Chartered Institute of Marketing to promote their qualifications.

Our team has also created successful animated videos in recent weeks for clients including AB InBev, EY and Godolphin.

So what are the benefits of asking CPL to deliver your animated video?

Here’s three.

Firstly, we can do all the work in house, thereby keeping our costs competitive and ensuring we maintain complete control over your project. Whether it’s liaising with you to devise the concept, writing the storyboard, creating the imagery, executing the animation, honing the script or delivering the voiceover, we can do it all from our Cambridge offices.

Secondly, our journalistic background means we are born storytellers. We know how to make your topic engaging, relevant and interesting.

Thirdly, we can deliver your video quickly and efficiently in the same way we approach all our work – with minimum fuss and maximum flair.

Interested? Please contact me to find out more. And, if you’d like to speak to representatives from some of the organisations that had some explaining to do – and then called on CPL to help them do it – we’d be happy to put you in touch.

Mike Sewell
is managing director
at CPL

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