Multi-Language Videos For Recruitment

 

Our recruitment videos for the Hall Hunter Partnership, one of the UK’s leading fruit growers who sell to our best know supermarkets, were so successful, they’ve asked for more films in 2020.

The videos are being recorded and edited five different languages, again demonstrating our ability to take on international work on behalf of our clients. We are now undertaking regular work for Hall Hunter following successful contracts in 2020 to create a colourful and dynamic overview video highlighting the work of the company, which employs over 1000 workers in the Surrey area.

The company also strongly supports local communities, including schools where its farms are situated.

We look forward to working with the Hall Hunter Partnership on more projects throughout the year.

Volition RX use our videos in press releases

Our videos are embedded in Volition press releases

Nasdaq-quoted company Volition RX, one of our key clients, has started to use our videos as an integral part of their media releases.

The latest (pictured right) included an interview with Volition CEO, Cameron Reynolds, talking about Volition’s latest acquisition and also covering a series of other recent milestones and a look ahead to their activities in 2020.

The announcement gave details about the closing of the acquisition of the epigenetic reagent company Octamer GmbH (“Octamer”) by its subsidiary Belgian Volition SPRL for approximately $725,000, consisting of cash and shares of restricted common stock of Volition. This strategic acquisition helps secure the supply of one of the key components of Volition’s Nu.Q(TM) tests, the recombinant nucleosome used as the calibrant.

Volition also announced the receipt of additional non-dilutive funding in the form of a $550,000 (Euro 500,000) unsecured loan from Namur Invest to assist with the Octamer acquisition. This takes the total non-dilutive funding provided by the Namur Regional Government and associated agencies to over $7 million to-date.

Cancer is the second leading cause of death and is responsible for 1-in-6 deaths worldwide each year. It is widely accepted that the best way of tackling cancer is for patients to receive an early diagnosis, as this improves their chances of surviving cancer. Volition is developing simple, easy to use blood-based tests to diagnose a range of cancers and other diseases.

Global Journey About To Begin

 

Our global filming project is about to begin.

Our contracts already in place for 2020 will shortly see us embark on trips that will circumnavigate the world. We will be filming on several different continents including Africa, Asia Pacific continental Europe and the Americas.

The work is the latest in a series of assignments that underline our international capabilities to operate in different zones of the world…we will be filming for the World Veterinary Association Welfare Awards, which we will also host on stage in Auckland, New Zealand in April 2020.

Filming in Africa will take us to three locations, Ghana, Nigeria and South Africa followed by an Asian location and Sydney, Australia. Good Call Media’s co-owner, Nik Wood said: “Ever since Good Call Media was first set up 12 years ago, we have demonstrated our expertise in filming in all corners of the world on behalf of our clients. They know we can be trusted to bring back high quality content wherever we go and no matter how remote the area.”

Our Promo Video Boosts Nominations

We’ve produced this short promo video to flag up the fact that nominations were closing for the 2020 Ceva UK Welfare Awards and our client reported that it had resulted in a ‘massive’ increase in the number of nominations, which is exactly what they wanted.

You can find all the details about the awards at: www.cevawelfare.com

We will be starting 2020 by filming over 20 videos to illustrate the short-lists for these awards which will be held in April 2020.

Welfare Awards Promo Video from Lucy on Vimeo.

VolitionRX announces funding for veterinary project

We helped our client VolitionRX to announce the confirmation of a further $500,000 non-dilutive funding in the form of a loan from the Texas A&M SOFINEX funding agency of the Walloon Region to support the development of its subsidiary Volition Veterinary Diagnostics Development, LLC.

Video footage was fed from the signing ceremony in the USA and we then edited the ‘rushes’ with existing Volition material to produce a video to accompany the press announcement of the deal.

To see Volition’s video page, click here

Volition announced the signing of multiple agreements to collaborate with Texas A&M University (“Texas A&M”), a leading U.S. institution to develop Nu.QTMVet products.

“We are delighted with the non-dilutive financial support we continue to receive as it allows us to develop Nu.QTMVet products in the very exciting veterinary market. We would like to thank SOFINEX for this latest loan which takes our non-dilutive funding total from local agencies and the Walloon government to over $6 million to-date,” commented Dr. Gaetan Michel, Chief Executive Officer of Belgian Volition.

 The signing ceremony took place at the Texas A&M campus, hosted by Dean Eleanor M. Green, DVM, DACVIM, DABVP. Also in attendance were: Dr. Heather Wilson-Robles DVM, DACVIM, Associate Professor and Dr. Fred and Vola N. Palmer Chair in Comparative Oncology, Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences, Small Animal Clinical Sciences Department; Chantal De Bleu, Director General and Phillipe La Chappelle, Director of Innovation of AWEX, the Wallonia Export-Investment Agency; members of the Volition Executive team including Chairman, Dr. Martin Faulkes and Chief Executive Officer, Cameron Reynolds.

“It was important to form a U.S. based Volition Veterinary subsidiary to enable dedicated focus on the development and commercialization of our Nu.QTM Vet products and help drive product development and early revenue for the company,” commented Cameron Reynolds, President and Chief Executive Officer of Volition. “I am delighted to welcome Nathan, a highly experienced business development executive and Texas A&M University alumni to our expanding Volition team.”

Mr. Dewsbury has global expertise in the animal health industry having direct involvement in national testing programs, current health diagnostics platforms and commercializing next generation diagnostics. He has a strong background in forming new commercial teams as well as launching and growing successful animal focused startups, all to achieve a global impact on the lives of animals. Mr. Dewsbury was educated at Texas A&M University where he received both his science and business degrees.

Interview with Holby City and Emmerdale Actress

We filmed a video interview with actress, Gemma Oaten, at the recent Power of Dogs event, staged by the UK organisation Dogs for Good.

Gemma with her dog Ruby

Dogs for Good CEO, Peter Gorbing, hosted the Q&A session with Gemma, who made a presentation to the audience at the Cheshire event. Gemma has faced various challenges in her life and explained how dogs have helped her and also talked about her support for Dogs for Good and other charities:

See the video here:

 

 

 

 

 

Emotional Scenes In Argentine Video

Warning, there are emotional scenes in our latest video from our latest international assignment in Argentina, South America.

As we arrived in Bueno Aires, the country’s capital, to film the ‘One Egg Per Day’ programme aimed at breaking the cycle of child malnutrition in Argentina, we encountered huge street protests against the handling of the country’s economy.

Hyper-inflation has made the cost of food beyond the means of many poor families so the ‘One Egg Per Day’ programme is seen as an essential part of the attempt to get children a healthy meal each day.

The background to the project dates back around five years when Maria Farina, who works in Argentina with our biggest client, Ceva Animal Health, announced at a company convention that she and her colleagues were launching the programme after seeing an emotional news report featuring two children from a poor family.

Watch our video to find out more:

 

New Zealand Here We Come

New Zealand will be the location for a major project involving Good Call Media in 2020.

We have just produced this short social media reminder for nominations to be made for the 2020 Global Welfare Awards, that will be staged in Auckland. We are filming video case studies with each of the winners and will also host the event live on stage.

Here’s the video trailer:

 

VolitionRX Third Quarter Results

Good Call Media’s Nik Wood hosted a video interview with Volition’s CEO, Cameron Reynolds to introduce the company’s third quarter results.

Click here to see the video

Video has become part of the central communication strategy adopted by Volition. Cameron Reynolds commented:

Nik Wood introduces Volition’s third quarter results with CEO, Cameron Reynolds

“I could not be more proud of our dedicated team at Volition, and the ground-breaking work we are doing. I’m happy to say that we have made excellent progress this quarter on our platform development, Nu.QTMCapture, Nu.QTMVet and our colorectal cancer and lung cancer trials, particularly in Asia, and we reported our first revenues from sales of Research Use Only kits and the provision of contract research services.”

He added that Volition are an epigenetics company focused on advancing the science of epigenetics and exploiting these advances in human and animal health. This has been our mission since our founding, and it is coming to fruition with our Nu.QTMplatform at the very heart of epigenetics. We believe the last decade of work and our extensive intellectual property portfolio puts Volition in a strong position to be a significant player in this field by launching multiple products.”

Watch out for further video updates from VolitionRX coming soon.

The Power Of Dogs

We filmed a series of videos at The Power Of Dogs event, staged in Cheshire by the UK-based organisation Dogs For Good.

Dogs for Good is a UK charity that brings dogs and people with disabilities together to help overcome specific challenges and enrich and improve the lives of both.

The Power of Dogs concept was launched to bring together dog lover, experts, key opinion leaders and dog behaviour expert to look at the whole subject of what dogs can mean to us in every walk of life.

We attended the event held at Adlington Hall, in Cheshire and filmed interviews with each of the presenters as well as Dogs for Good CEO, Peter Gorbing who hosts each of The Power of Dogs events and carried out the video interviews.

 

The events also to provide an interesting insight, from different viewpoints, into all that canine companions bring to the lives of humans.

One of our interviews featured the dog photographer, Andy Biggar, who shoots amazing images of dogs and their owners and is an ardent supporter of Dogs for Good.

Andy shared a series of his most popular photographs and also gave the audience a fascinating insight into how he stages sessions with dogs and they owners as well as some handy tips on getting your dog to pose in the most natural way.

Here are some of Andy’s photographs