We want our very best work to be what we create for you.
While proud of our thirty-year track record, we’re not ones to coast. We want each project to outshine those before, with our greatest work still ahead – because clients don’t just hire us for what we’ve done, but for what we’re capable of.
Check out some of our latest video projects. Our portfolio stretches back around thirty years – and includes everything from brochures to websites.
Video advertisement (1:06)
This one-minute introduction is designed to quickly showcase the scope of CRM Knowledge’s service offerings in a fast-paced, exciting way.
Video advertisement (1:30)
We created this motion graphics advertisement as part of a global product launch for an International software company.
Online news opening titles (0:18)
We created this eighteen-second introduction for Learning News’ online news review – a round-up of recent news in the learning sector.
Video portfolio (02:00)
We created this video portfolio to showcase exhibition and conference projects, for some of the world’s leading brands, which were designed and project-managed by creative director Mark Dando.
Video advertisement (00:54)
We created this video advertisement to promote a new online learning programme – aimed at people who need to manage distributed homeworking teams – from this management training company.
Publications and free downloads
A range of marketing-focused publications, written to help others create great online content. It’s our hard-won expertise – to go.
Available in print and on Kindle
Written well, press releases can generate media coverage, connect with influencers and engage the public. Yet most press releases fail – because writing them isn’t as easy as it may appear. This book can transform the way in which you write press releases, and the results you get from them.
More website visitors means more customers, right? Not unless they’re the right kind of visitors – people who have a real interest in your products and services. To attract those people, and keep them coming back, means putting content first.
When creating content, it’s always important to challenge yourself, your ideas and their execution. ‘Ask Yourself This’ is a checklist of twenty-five questions, to help you validate whether your content makes the grade.
Our content manifesto encapsulates how we think, what we believe and how we work. It’s not a manifesto for everyone (although others can borrow, use and improve it), it’s our personal, professional ethos.