ING was looking for strong stories to inspire and remind people in- and outside the company why they are doing what they’re doing: to help people make bold decisions, and take the next step in their life or business. Stories that can inspire and empower clients and employees to do the same. Therefore the video series we have developed needed to be perfectly in line with the ING purpose: “Empowering people to stay a step ahead in life and in business.”
Together with ING’s editor-in-chief, Rogier van der Zwaan, we have developed a series of mini documentaries. Compelling, inspiring stories of ING’s clients from all over the world. From challenges to successes and from passion to business. Starting at the beginning, Level V worked together with ING and its employees all over the world on finding the best client stories. And, with that settled, we coached the client’s, managed all parties involved and created mini-docu that shows their passion and inspiration.
“When you hire Level V, you know you’ll be fine, however complex your project. They’re professional, quick and love their job. Most importantly, we laugh a lot. Highly recommended.”
– Rogier van der Zwaan, Chief-editor, ING Corporate Communications Bank
Sport in general and the Lions specifically are a perfect showcase for EY. As a group, the Lions represent the coming together of the most talented players to form a new team strong enough to take on the some of the world’s best rugby teams. This is exactly what EY can bring to their clients and prospects; diverse experience and skills that, with the right strategy and analysis, can take on the toughest challenges and truly build a better working world with the highest performing teams. Working together with the Lions, EY will help build the digital experience. With the Lions App as hero-piece. Offering fans the ability to engage with the Tour like never before, helping to ensure the team is seen as a leader in this field as well as on the playing field. EY’s involvement with this much-anticipated sporting spectacle will provide an opportunity for EY to demonstrate how they are able to deliver their digital capabilities and business intelligence in a way that differentiates them from their competitors.
Now EY wants to show her clients how the app became a success by putting together a high performance team that, in collaboration with all stakeholders, conducted an in-depth and high-quality process to cover all influential aspects.
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The video credential demonstrates evidence of what EY Advisory is capable of in the digital & Analytics field. It visualizes the process of EY orchestrating the development of fan engagement. And gives an impression on how EY made the development a success from a brand and business perspective. Working together with all stakeholders in an extensive, high quality process. The video credential case study – as part of an extensive suite of marketing communication collateral – highlights all important stakeholders, roles and processes. During the creation of the video credential we have managed all relevant parties involved globally. From coaching the interviewees to making sure the right shots were shot, all the way from New Zealand. Managing different time zones, internal or external representatives and working closely alongside the EY brand activation lead.
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“With the video credential script ready at the start of the sponsorship engagement this video agency was able to be present at the key moments in the process. Along the way they truly supported EY by supplying micro-video’s which could support their storytelling and continuous communication during different phases of the sponsorship. In realizing the video credential they demonstrated tremendous flexibility and qualitative service delivery. While managing different (internal) stakeholders they were able to deliver the video credential matching the high quality standards of a client as EY, meeting their full expectations. The video credential is used internal for sponsorship closing and external as part of marketing communication actions to targeted accounts in the digital and analytics field.”
Zilveren Kruis believes young children need sports during the time they can still be shaped into the human we want them to become. Schooljudo brings sports closer to the kids, improving the chances of kids becoming invested in sports. It teaches them discipline, respect, stimulates a better self image and improves their health. Zilveren Kruis sponsors this initiative, because it wants to stimulate children to be active and healthy. Now and Later. To show Zilveren Kruis’ investment in healthy children, they wanted videos that tell the success stories of kids that improved their life through Schooljudo. Goal: convincing parents to sign their kids up for Schooljudo while proving Zilveren Kruis’ investment in healthy youth.
Focussing on “Skills for life”, Level V collaborated with Zilveren Kruis and Schooljudo to find compelling stories that could inspire others. During the casting we interviewed children and their families to find the best two cases. These were kids with baggage that, through Schooljudo, find peace and order in their lives.And together with them build the story on how Schooljudo changed their lives. To further strengthen the story, the third video featured European champion Dex Elmont, who learned respect and to control his anger through judo. The emotional aspect of significantly improving children’s lives appeals to parents, stimulating them to sign their kids up.
“The collaboration was very pleasant and professional. Level V went to great lengths to achieve a good result!”
– Lies van Berkel, Senior Sponsorship Manager, Zilveren Kruis