Marketing agency sets up digital video brochure

Freddie Rostand of Rostand Productions in Bishop's Waltham films Chris Rees of Marafun UK
Freddie Rostand of Rostand Productions in Bishop's Waltham films Chris Rees of Marafun UK
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A DIGITAL marketing agency has launched a new marketing tool to rival the traditional corporate brochure.

Rostand Productions, in Bishop’s Waltham, has created a digital video brochure that allows readers to access a corporate brochure online, to watch film about a company or organisation, click on links and pop-ups for more information, and share it on social media - all from one place.

Director Freddie Rostand said: ‘The world of marketing has changed. Online video is a very powerful way for people to find out more about a product or service.

‘The beauty of the video brochure is that you can find lots of information all in one place.’

But Mr Rostand does not advocate throwing away the corporate brochure completely, as some people still like to read a hard copy.

He said: ‘We want business owners to think about updating their brochure into a digital video format, for the benefit of their customer base. But why not have the best of both worlds?’

Mr Rostand, a former BBC presenter, will also be presenting a talk entitled ‘Media and Muffins’ on Tuesday, July 19 at the Langstone Hotel, Hayling island.

For further details contact liz@rostand.co.uk or visit hampshirechamber.co.uk/