Check out our 2018 showreel! This is a compilation of some of our work from the last year… I hope you enjoy watching these as much as we enjoyed making them 🙂 … and don’t worry, it’s short, like a showreel should be 90 +/- …
I was thinking what the first blog post should be about and I feel that it should be to cover one of the questions that I have been asked the most by clients and collaborators alike: how many words per minute is a voiceover? The …
Pronunciation: Nishantha – Nee – shon – the
BIMA – BEE – MA
Jesmin – Jes – men
Chathuri – Cha – thu – ree
Imasha – Ee – Ma – Sha
Style: Clean, professional, story-telling
Meet Nishantha, a BIMA agent in Sri Lanka. Nisantha is one of the thousands of BIMA agents working in field teams and call centres around the world.
These women and men are responsible for BIMA’s unparalleled growth, adding over 500,000 new subscribers each month.
93% of BIMA customers support their families on less than 10 dollars per day. Over 90% are trying insurance for the first time. These are vulnerable customers who prefer to speak with a sales person before they buy. Agents like Nishantha provide this vital product education; ensuring every BIMA customer understands our products and how to use them.
Next our agents help the customer to register. The process is paperless, conducted on a handset in under two minutes. They enter simple details – name, age and unique phone number – then receive a confirmation SMS from BIMA. It’s that easy.
Nishantha sells around 30 policies each day. Globally, our agents make some 16,500 registrations per day. For pitches than don’t covert to sales, our agents act as community ambassadors for both BIMA and the power of insurance.
Nishantha also helps develop junior agents like Jesmin, Chathuri and Imasha. 51% of BIMA agents are women, and this gender balance is an important part of our social impact mission.
Nishantha and agents like him are the keys to BIMA’s success. They have brought insurance to millions of at-risk families and built BIMA into the first sustainable micro-insurance player.
Saske: Case Study #1 – Kamali Voice: African female – upbeat, clean, friendly Visual style: Cartoon cutout, show everything that is said Runtime: 1m +/- Voiceover: 110 words Pronunciation: SXAS: ‘SASS’ (x is silent), Saske: ‘SASS-kay’, Kamali: Ka Ma Lee Meet Kamali. Kamali is a …
Script: Saske – Case Study #3 Voiceover: Female: African accent Tone: Happy, upbeat Pronunciation: SXAS: ‘SASS’ (x is silent), Saske: ‘SASS-kay’, Mzee Dembe: ‘Em-Zee Dem-bay’ Words: 167 Meet Solomon. Solomon comes from a long line of grain millers. He is actually the very first …
Case – Yusuf
Voiceover: Female: Arabic accent (not too heavy)
Tone: Happy, upbeat – NOT depressed/monotoned
Pronunciation: SXAS: ‘SASS’ (x is silent), Saske: ‘SASS-kay’
Meet Yusuf. This latest blackout couldn’t have come at a worst time. He runs to the local maqhaa to charge his tablet and check on his feeds. Once back on Saske, he sees a tweet of his friend Ritah’s video and quickly comments, offering his specialized online travel booking services, praying he’s not too late.
Running a business on shaky electricity is aggravating. But his company has flourished since he found Saske’s Allied Marketing Exchange. With no set-up fees and a simple way to connect with hundreds of Allies, he no longer feels intimidated when it comes to affiliate marketing.
Yusuf absolutely loves that for every second he spends active on Saske, he’s earning digital cash – SXAS!
He can’t wait to finally have enough saved up to build on his roof that micro wind turbine farm he’s been dreaming of, and kiss his blackout problems goodbye forever!
Script: Saske – Case Study #12 Voice style: English, clean, up-beat Visual style: Cartoon cutout, show everything that is said Runtime: 1m30s +/- Voiceover: 124 words Pronunciation: SXAS: ‘SASS’ (x is silent), Saske: ‘SASS-kay’ Meet Niko. Niko has a family and works remotely as a …