While working for DreamIt I discovered their work culture which is so different from what I experienced in the corporate world.
Trade show for holistic health products
Exhibiting at a trade show can lead to overhauling your business on a large scale. Is your marketing literature still accurate? What about your website, does it represent the current state of your products? Does your outfit still represent you as a professional? Once you have done all that, it is worthwhile making a video at your trade show so you can stay in touch with your visitors (and those who did not show up).
This video was made at a trade show for holistic health practitioners and product suppliers near Berlin.
First day in my new office
When stripping off the old wallpaper a blue layer of paint caught my eye. Was this the paint the first residents of this house – my great grandparents – had used? Whether or not, I decided to be inspired by the old layer of paint and paint my office blue, in a different technique, though.
Then the walls were painted white with a linseed oil and clay-based plaster effect paint. On top of this I applied four layers of tinted glaze.
Now I am sitting in my office between high-tech gear and vintage furniture. On the wall art works by Ute Spingler. This is truly luxury.
Mayoral election in our new home town. One of the candidates commissioned us to produce a promo video. As one of his main topics is the conservation of the woodlands surrounding our town, we shot the video on a cycling tour through these woods. We edited down the 10-min interview to 2:53.
Dr. Kerstin Friedrich offers a method that concentrates
on offering solutions to
widen the bottleneck in the customer’s
value creation process.
You have a new product or service and you want to get the message out quickly without having to worry about details? Why not do a short video interview? Good places for short interviews are conferences and trade shows.
This video was recorded during a holistic health trade show.
This video was captured on the fringe of the annual conference of the Risk Management Association e. V.
The Twelve Nights, the time “between the years”, names and dates vary for these special days around Christmas and New Year’s Eve. They are the gap the lunar calendar leaves to the solar calendar, days out of time.
Even when the banks still charge interest, the government still wants our taxes and many people pursue their normal working lives – the thin layer of matter that we call reality seems even thinner and allows a glimpse of the worlds beyond.
They say we shape the coming year with the thoughts we think in these days. Some of this idea may persist in the New Year’s resolutions, but these are as easily made as they are broken. Perhaps 2015 will be as special as we allow these Twelve Days to be.
We wish you all the best, whatever this is for you, in 2015.