Volition Video Report From New York Stock Exchange

We followed up our work with Volition RX for their Capital Markets Day at the New York Stock Exchange with a film highlighting the huge success of the event (see video below).

Over 70 investors, potential investors, analysts and key opinion leaders attended the event which highlighted new directions for the company.

Volition is a multi-national life sciences company developing simple, easy to use, cost effective blood tests to help diagnose a range of cancers and other diseases. Early diagnosis has the potential to not only prolong the life of patients, but also to improve their quality of life. The tests are based on the science of NucleosomicsTM, which is the practice of identifying and measuring nucleosomes in the bloodstream or other bodily fluid – an indication that disease is present.

Volition’s research and development activities are currently centered in Belgium, with additional offices in London, Texas and Singapore, as the company focuses on bringing its diagnostic products to market.

Good Call Media has produced numerous videos for Volition and regularly features it earnings calls four times a year, creating video and audio to highlight the events. We have also filmed at the company’s impressive new facility in Namur, Belgium, where many of the tests involved in their cancer detection trials are being carried out. Watch out for further announcements of new developments in the Volition RX story, coming up soon!

Costa Rica Awards A Huge Success

We played a major role in the highly successful 2019 World Veterinary Association (WVA) Global Welfare Awards, held in San Jose, the capital of Costa Rica.

To see our overview video Click Here More videos highlighting the individual winners, will be published in coming weeks.

The awards were sponsored by our key client, Ceva Santé Animale and Good Call Media’s Co-owner, Nik Wood, was on stage to host the event in front of a excellent crowd at San Jose’s International Convention Centre in the capital.

This was the 3rd edition of the awards co-created by the World Veterinary Association (WVA) and Ceva Santé Animale (Ceva) to promote ever better international standards of animal welfare by rewarding 6 veterinarians and one veterinary student.

The Award ceremony took place during the 35th World Veterinary Association Congress on 28th April 2019 in San Jose, Costa Rica where the selected winners were invited to receive the WVA Animal Welfare Award and a monetary prize of 5.000 Euros.


The 2019 winners on stage after the ceremony


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The Global Animal Welfare Awards recognise and reward veterinarians who in their daily lives contribute to the protection and welfare of animals and have provided outstanding and exemplary welfare-related services to animals, animal owners, fellow veterinarians and the public.

Following the success of the WVA Animal Welfare Awards in 2017 and 2018, Ceva and the WVA incollaboration with the International Veterinary Students’ Association (IVSA) this year agreed to expand the scope of the awards by adding a new category recognising a veterinary student. Animal welfare is more and more a central societal issue and its inclusion within the training of young veterinarians is key to improving global standards.



Our Images Promote Convention

Today sees us travelling to Brussels where we have been asked to report on the latest convention staged by AnimalhealthEurope (AHE) and one of the JPEGs we shot on a filming assignment in Spain has been chosen as the key image for the event.

Our image that was used and the centrepiece for the Convention

We recorded the JPEG together with a dynamic video (see below) explaining the importance of animal health to Sandra Garcia Carmona, a poultry farmer who, together with her sister, is running a business that was first started by her grandfather. Today the farm is implementing a new way of thinking regarding poultry production including an innovative approach to free range chicken raising.

The film was one of a series that we produced when we managed the “Animal Health Matters” video campaign for AHE. Food And Farming – Well Fed Or Fed Up is the title of the Convention, held on June 6 and it is being attended by a range of key opinion leaders and industry experts.

With high standards for animal health, food safety and an increasingly sustainable livestock sector, Europe’s population is generally considered to be well-fed in terms of choice, nutrition, quality and assurance of safe food.Despite these high standards and the willingness of the livestock chain to continue making improvements, conversations and reporting on livestock gives a growing impression of people feeling fed-up with our current food system.

AnimalhealthEurope is the association representing manufacturers of animal medicines, vaccines and other animal health products in Europe.

It is a not-for-profit body representing both corporate members and national animal health associations in Europe. It represents both innovators and generics alike, as well as large, medium-sized and small companies. AnimalhealthEurope’s membership covers 90% of the European market for animal health products.

Watch out for a series of video and social media reports from the event.


New Showreel Launched

Good Call Media’s new Showreel has just been launched.

The video shows some of our best work and highlights the different sectors that we cover in just a few minutes. As well as investing in the latest state of the art cameras and equipment, the Showreel also highlights the use of our drone, which records full 4K high definition video.

As the Showreel illustrates, Good Call Media handles subjects ranging from the highly charged financial markets of Wall Street and the City of London, to veterinarians who are making an incredible contribution to global animal welfare.

Take a look and if you feel we could work with you…give us a call (see Contacts Page)…we don’t charge anything for a brainstorming meeting over a casual coffee – or something stronger!


Open Farm Sunday: Hall Hunter

Our cameras will be lurking behind the beautiful berry bushes of the Hall Hunter Partnership when they open their doors as part of the 2019 Open Farm Sunday project.

Our work with the innovative company follows the publication of a series of videos (see below) in various different languages highlighting what it’s like to work with the business, which supplies berries to most of the UK’s leading supermarkets.

Hall Hunter Partnership was started by Mark and Mary Hall, in 1966 and continues to grow, in every sense of the word.

Hall Hunter supports local schools

These days the business is run by their son Harry who has continued the tradition of driving the business to be ever better. He and his family live at Tuesley Farm, the largest farm that the company owns.

The business covers seven sites: from Berkshire to Surrey to Sussex, and in 2016, the business ventured overseas to start a farm in Portugal. Their approach combines decades of experience, expertise and passion with modern, innovative techniques. They strongly believe in supporting the communities where their businesses are based, often working closely with local schools and also take part in Open Farm Sunday each year

Hundreds of farms all over the UK will open their gates for LEAF Open Farm Sunday 2019. As the farming industry’s annual open day, it offers a fantastic chance for people to discover real farming at first hand and see for themselves how their food (and much more besides) is produced. It is also a great way for farmers to shine a light on what they deliver and why supporting British farming matters. Over 5000 people attended the event at Hall Hunter’s Tuesday Farm near Godalming Surrey in 2018 and the farm will be the location for the 2019 open day.

Watch out for our video reports highlighting the event.

Wolves of Wall Street

Well not quite Wolves maybe but our visit to the world famous Wall Street and the New York Stock Exchange prompted howls of appreciation from all of those who saw our videos to support the Capital Markets Day organised by one of our favourite clients – Volition RX

See the video we prepared for the event by Clicking Here

Volition staged the event to update interested parties on its recent progress. Watch out for further announcements and videos from Volition, including the launch of a new venture into the world of veterinary health. Good Call Media also recorded videos at the event itself and these will be released shortly.

Good Call Media’s co-owner, Fiona Molloy, filming on Wall Street

“It has been a busy quarter with the public announcement of a number of initiatives and we were delighted to have the opportunity to discuss our plans at the Capital Markets Day event today,” commented Chief Executive Officer, Cameron Reynolds. “We would like to thank all those who attended, especially our speakers Professor Axel Imhof of Ludwig-Maximilians University of Munich and Associate Professor Heather Wilson-Robles of Texas A&M University.”

Following recently announced preliminary results from two proof of concept studies in lung cancer, Volition has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the prestigious National Taiwan University through its wholly-owned subsidiary, Belgian Volition SPRL (“Belgian Volition”), to conduct a large-scale lung cancer study. Principal Investigator Professor
Chen Jin-Shing commented: “The early data of the Nu.QTMtechnology platform is promising but clearly larger scale studies are required. Lung cancer remains the deadliest of all the cancers and there is a high unmet clinical need for either a non-invasive early stage lung cancer detection test or for a triage test which can improve the specificity of the Low-Dose CT scan currently used.”  Volition expects to release preliminary data relating to the first 600 patient samples in first quarter of 2020.

Volition has also executed a nonbinding Memorandum of Understanding with Shanghai Fosun Long March Medical Science Co., Ltd. with an expectation of negotiating and entering into a binding agreement to help facilitate the entrance of the Nu.QTMplatform into China. Dr. Jasmine Kway, Chief Executive Officer of Singapore Volition, commented: “We are happy to be able to announce this Memorandum of Understanding with Fosun Long March because, in addition to our plans to undertake clinical studies in colorectal cancer, lung cancer and ovarian cancer, we are also planning to jointly explore the development of Nu.QTMassays utilizing Fosun’s LUMIART-II Automated Chemiluminescence Immunoassay System, which could provide us with an additional platform for the Chinese market.”