Wednesday, 16 July 2014

Corporate Film & Presentation in Vadodara




Corporate Film
Corporate Film are the reflection of culture, values, beliefs and ethics of the society we lives in. Similarly, Corporate Film or product film or TV Commercial is the mirror of company’s objective, entity and image towards its stakeholders. In this techno-savvy era, corporate minds utilize this medium effectively to reach out the nook and corner of the modern business world to express the appropriate and clear message through visual and interactive manner depicting products and services they deal with globally. We want your ideas to come alive through Corporate Movie with best of content and visual treatment.
At Corefocus we understand the client’s vision and aim behind making the Corporate movie and we portray it in the best possible way. The Corporate movies are scripted, developed and directed in a manner that bound the audience to watch and analysis the motive. There are end numbers of reasons to build Corporate Movie and videos; for internal and external communication purpose of a company. Corporate profile have a cluster of applications i.e., you maybe want to produce a Corporate Movie for training and motivating employees or maybe you would like to promote new products and convince your potential clients about the services.
Corefocus create your TVC that visualize your company’s objective with best of content and visual treatment. A Corporate Movie is a reflection of corporate identity and strategy. While making Corporate Movie or TV Commercial we present first with composing Script, than after approval of Script we formulate story board that convey client to how the Corporate Movie is going to make. Once story board is approved from client we will give voice over sample to client it may male and female voice as per need we take record of voice over. On third phase we will make video shoot for factory or office as per need, and on final stage we will make editing in the entire Corporate film contains raw footage, voice over, multimedia animation and final product will get ready to publish for TVC with its small version to be play on YouTube.


Corporate Presentation
Corporate Presentation are normally frame to project the company’s philosophy, achievements, resources and mission that enhance not only its corporate image but also exhibits credibility before its potential and existing clients. A Corporate presentation is different than PPT presentation; that major contains forms of animation and media. The good Corporate presentation exposed increase sales while your sales team showing your business to your customer. Multimedia based Sales or Corporate Presentation able to retain and understand information much better than simple PPT presentation.
Corporate presentation is an excellent way sustain high impact of audio/visual communication with your target audience. Viewers never feel bored and in fact love to watch the animated presentations. This directly support the presenters with holding client’s interest and successfully deliver message.
Corefocus team will provide you the best Corporate presentation with Video and 2D / 3D animations. With this Corporate presentation you can smoothly managed with navigation like to play and pause, go to back slide and stop voice, view full screen and many more like this.

Watch our some Designed Corporate movie and Videos.

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WHAT MAKES A GOOD BROCHURE DESIGN? vadodara


Is your brochure design up to par with your industry? Does your brochure design make you look like a professional? Does your brochure say “trust me” and you’ll be around next year to new clients? We only get one chance at a first impression, so make sure it tells your brand story at first glance.
In this digital age, more and more companies are relying on email, social media and websites to tell their company story. But there are certainly times when a company will still use brochures. Maybe it’s an in person one-on-one meeting or you are at a trade show or you want to tell people that visit your location about an upcoming event.
Let’s break down the most important elements to a brochure:
Original cover
One of the most important elements to any brochure is the cover. You only have a second to capture the interest of the passerby. Does it make you want to open it and find out more? Does it look professional, like you are the expert in your field? Does it contain brand elements that are consistent with your other materials?

Compelling content
Once you open the brochure, it’s important that you have compelling photos and content. Does the text make you want to find out more? Do the photos represent the beauty of your location? Is it age appropriate? Is your brochure typo free and grammatically correct? Does it tell your brand story?

A call to action
Every piece of marketing material should have a call to action, including your brochure. Just like when they visit your website and you direct them to sign up for your email newsletter, your brochure should likewise include a “call now” or “email for a free estimate.” Two methods I use for my company.
Consistent branding
The 5 branding elements – logo, color scheme, fonts, tone of voice and images – should be consistent on all of your branding, including your brochures. This is especially important if there are multiple pages to your brochure. The same color scheme should be used throughout, as well the same font, style of photography and layout. For example, on the below  brochure, while the photos at the top change, the space it occupies is the same. You’ll also notice that the layout, fonts, color scheme and tone of voice also repeat.




Brochure Design & Printing







Nice Brochure Design will definitely attract your customer and drive him to inquire about your company and products. A finely crafted Brochure is an investment in the company's future. A well-conceptualized and designed brochure can be biggest asset for company. We at Corefocus Design create attractive brochure design either it is for your company or for product.
Our designs convey the ethos of business, vividly depicts product information and message of company. In design we also take care of placing images and content that is complementary to each other. Brochure content includes logo of your company, mission – vision statements, product information with contact details. And above of all we provide this at a reasonable price because we have design, copy writing, and photography in-house. Have a look at our portfolio of Brochure design.
Something that people will pick up, look at, and actually read.
A thing of beauty, balancing style and content.
A work of wonders.
Known simply as: The Corporate Brochure.

Tuesday, 15 July 2014

Why is Brochure Design an Important Marketing Tool?








It might have been possible for organizations, in early times, to survive without sound marketing but in today’s business world, it is impossible to survive without a firm marketing strategy. Mediums to reach target audience have enormously increased and if you and all your competitors are utilizing the same mediums then you should adopt a unique approach in order to entice your target customers.
Have you ever thought that why brochure design holds such an importance? What are those benefits that other marketing tools can’t provide? This article will discuss the benefits of the brochure design to explain you its strength.
Marketing done through electronic medium helps you reach a wider target audience but the impact is not very strong as compare to brochures. Brochure design is a stronger tool for marketing as it interacts directly with the customer; it makes the communication between an organization and its target audience effective and efficient as compare to other marketing tools such as billboards and electronic or print advertisements.
A brochure design is a detailed version of the product’s promotion. You can’t explain the benefits or features of your products in a great detail through billboards or print advertisement. Brochures are an amalgamation of sound graphics and content. Both these features  add value to the advertised product or service. You can also elaborate those attributes of your organization or products that make you stand out from your competitors, in detail.
On the whole, brochures can represent an organization in an extensive manner while advertisements or bill boards provide little opportunity for it. Brochures also have the opportunity to interact with their target audience for a longer time provided they are able to grab their attention. In order to grab the attention of the target customers, the brochure design should have an enticing look. Sound images and colors aren’t the only features that can give a brochure design, an appealing look, but the tag line of the organization or captions associated with the product also help in grabbing the attention of the target audience.
Brochure design is a highly productive marketing tool but it must be aligned with the nature of the business and target audience in order to reap its maximum benefits.







Well, a logo for your business. Why is it important? 

Does it matter what it looks like?
Is Yours Professional? 

These are some good questions to ask when you are considering to get a logo design or already have a logo for your business. See a logo speaks volume about your company, it right off the bat tells your "future possible client" if you are reliable and instils trust in them. Although how good your service is matters, how you present your company is what will win you their trust and in the end win them as a client.

Even though in the end of everything, how good your service is will decide on if you are successful. The image of your company tells a lot in a little way. Your logo says to clients a few different things:

1. Are these guys professional?

2. Do they seem to care about their business (which in turns means do you care about your clients)?

3. Do they seem to know what they are doing?

4. Does their business seem to be one I can trust to do the job right?

What makes a good logo you may ask? Well it comes down to a few things. Design, Colors and if it gives Your Business a clear Professional Image.
The design can differ from something as simple as the Microsoft text to represent your business, something as unique and colourful as the ebay logo or a symbol such as the GE(general electric) symbol. What makes the design so important is that it creates an image, that when seen is unique to your business and makes clients recognize your company automatically. As seen in the examples of the Microsoft, eBay or GE logos, the design can be simple or complex, just as long as it is unique.


Colors are an important factor in representing what business you are in. If you are in Finances or Banking you mainly see colors such as blue, green, black and sometimes gold. Although all colors can be used, in a way certain colors are associated better with different industries. Just look at fast food and junk food, they tend to go with brighter blues, reds, yellows and oranges which seems to make you want to eat more(hmmmm).

A professional image can be as simple as just a text logo with a different color letter in it to give it uniqueness, or a logo with a symbol to represent the company. Making it professional is what is important. The quality (meaning the texture of the logo is important) such as smooth curves and smooth text, all add to the quality of the logo. Having jagged edges or un-readable text can really hurt the quality of the logo which in turns can be negative to the image of the business.

So remember when Design a logo to keep it clean and clear, make it unique to your business and keep it professional!

Let’s face it: we make judgments about people based on first impressions all the time.
You’d probably pass up an interview with a job candidate, for example, if the resume were written on a stained, wrinkled bar napkin. In fact, chances are, no matter how qualified or sincere the applicant may be, you’ll probably choose to interview applicants with professional looking resumes instead. The Corefocus may also wonder why he has trouble finding a job when he interviews well, has plenty of experience and more than his share of skills.
The same principles apply to the first impression your business gives to potential customers, suppliers and business partners. They will make quick judgments about whether or not to do business with you based partly on how professional you appear to them initially. Just as a business owner would pass on the bar napkin applicant, so will customers move on and do business with someone else if they don’t trust you initially, no matter how qualified you actually are.
But having a good logo is about more than just making a good first impression. It can have a lasting impact on your company. Here are some more reasons why having a good logo is essential:

1) Build Initial Trust
Before a customer walks in your store or logs on to your website, they have developed a first impression of your company, partly by your logo. If your logo is professional, you’re more likely to help customers feel like your business is a professional one too.

2) Attract New Customers. 
An effective, memorable logo can inspire customers to do business with you or remember you when the time is right. Make sure your business puts its best face forward by looking great on the outside.

3) Stand Out From Competitors. 
Flip through the phone book and you’ll see a myriad of forgettable companies. Differentiating yourself from competitors with a logo is critical to winning over potential customers. After scoping out your competition, make sure you choose a logo design that will help you stand out.
4) Keep Loyal Customers.
Don’t let competitors tempt away your best customers. If your brand and your logo are solid, your customers will be less likely to try the new guy around the corner who have a spiffy image.
5) Build Trust With Professionalism. 
professional logo will tell customers you’re good at what you do. But a sloppy, boring or poorly executed logo conveys lack of ability and know-how, which destroys trust and makes people feel less confident in your products or services.