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Freelance opportunity - great video editing and GFX skills needed to support innovation in health tech projects

Category:
Design and Creative
Suitable for:
Freelancer
Location:
West Sussex
Closed:
10 Dec 2020

About the brief

We're a growing B2B event management company, specialising in health tech . At the start of 2020 our order book was jam packed across venues including Manchester Central, ExCel and various London venues until spring/summer 2021 and beyond.

Determined to thrive in the face of adversity, and not let the pandemic or ban on face to face events that wiped out bookings for 2020 bring us down, we've worked hard to adapt and thrive in the new world we find ourselves in. We dusted down our remote filming and broadcast skills, and in collaboration with one of our favourite film production teams reinvented our events offer.

The result? - we've been busier than ever, delivering and rapidly refilling the order book with virtual conference programmes and one off events for new and existing clients using a number of remote, hybrid and studio broadcast approaches to deliver some really cool and impactful events and short films. We're also bringing reports and publications to life for our clients by creating virtual launch events - producing, designing and embedding short films into what would traditionally be a hard copy or online pdf publications.

This new approach is proving to be rather successful so we're now looking to make it a more established part of our core offer and bring some great video editing and GFX skills into our own team with a freelancer who has some great experience, all the latest software and can work with us on a range of projects on an ongoing basis.

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