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Optus Business Enterprise

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The client brief for this project was to create a range of customer case study videos, six in total.

We established a crew to fly to each location for consistency in the recording in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane featuring various enterprise users of Optus Business technology.

The schedule was extremely tight as the recordings were taken only 10 days out leading up to a major Optus Business event to be staged at the International Convention Centre, Darling Harbour, Sydney.

Our Power Creative team were able to ensure that deadlines were met by providing on-the-road editing for initial drafts of the interviews. Allowing live-feedback for the videos by Optus communications team online and final output of ProRes quality for 4K output were produced for the event team to playback at the venue.

Privacy Note: the content in this video is not for public share, so the video has a password set for privacy of this clients’ IP.
However, we’re more than happy to display individually with clients who are considering style guides on a one-to-one basis.

Constructive Recruitment

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“What makes Constructive such a great place to work?”

Filmed across Sydney, Melbourne, Perth this Australian wide business came to Power Creative with the sole objective of this video to demonstrate the amazing working conditions for a role in their company, here’s how it turned out!

DATS Skip Bins with Keith “The Blockinator”

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Power Creative have been blessed with this wonderful opportunity to work with Keith from the Block, thanks to the wonderful people at DATS Skip Bins and Sue at Blueprint Advisory, our client, leading the project and initiative. The series will incorporate messages from Keith about the guidelines for hiring a skip bin as well as economical and environmentally sustainable waste management tips. These will be displayed in a variety of videos for the online audience being targeted (DIY viewers aka “Block heads”!).