Corporate Video Production

Harvest In The Rain Digital: Corporate Video Production and Video Editing

Whether you're producing a company profile, online or broadcast commercial, or internal communications and staff training, professional-quality corporate video production is essential. A company profile video introduces your brand to your audience. Professional video editing can make it engaging with shots of the CEO, interviews with employees, and B-roll of the facilities. Your company profile doesn't have to be a boring talking head explaining how great your company is—instead, corporate video production services can help develop a brand story.


The fact is that over 75 percent of consumers would rather have the option of watching a video than reading text. What does that mean for your business? It's time to think about your corporate video production and how video editing and production services can help you bring your brand to life. Consider how you can implement corporate video production internally and also externally for marketing campaigns. Video editing can enhance the storytelling aspect of corporate video production by adding animations, company logos, and other branding materials.


If you want to create a professional corporate video production, it pays to hire a company with equipment and staff to plan, produce it, and complete the video editing. The cost to rent cameras, lenses, lighting, and sound equipment is too much to try to DIY with no experience. And purchasing it is out of the question unless you want to make videos regularly. If it's not your business, it might be too time-consuming.


Harvest In The Rain Digital provides corporate video production and video editing services. We have the equipment you need to create professional, high-quality videos. And we have the staff and video editing services to ensure that you receive complete and ready to broadcast video productions. Get in touch with the friendly professionals at Harvest in The Rain for a consultation, and let's plan your corporate video production.