iVidCo today reflected on its release of an animated explainer video 7 years ago, which was in development for 3 months. The main aim was always to provide an effective way to communicate a product or service in an entertaining way… and by defying convention, this animated video production company did so, with a difference.
Michael Bacch, business owner at iVidCo, says: “We wanted to try something new with an animated explainer video. Anyone familiar with the animation market will probably have noticed how everyone else always seemed to charge thousands of dollars for one single video. We felt this was a problem because many small business simply can not afford to spend that much money on a single animated video.”
So as a welcome breath of fresh air, an animated explainer video instead offers a fast turn-around at an affordable price. iVidCo chose to make this move because every business should be able to have a powerful marketing tool like an animation.
Michael Bacch also said “We want to give our customers a way for their product or service to stand out. With an animated explainer video, they have a fresh new possibility. We want them to feel like they got a bargain when using an animated explainer video. Trying something new is always a risk, but it’s a risk we believe is worth taking.”
iVidCo has been in business for 7 years, being established in June of 2016. Since Day 1 it has always aimed to become a creative outlet.
This isn’t the first time iVidCo has defied convention either. In 2016 they caused a stir when offered an affordable alternative to the high priced animation market.
an animated explainer video is now available at the iVidCo website. To find out more, it’s possible to visit https://www.ividco.com/
For further information about iVidCo, all this can be discovered at https://www.ividco.com/explainer-videos-for-business-under-500/
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