Inspire the next generation | Protect your sports legacy

Preserve and showcase your sports legacy with Imagen

 

The future success of individual sports depend on engaging the next generation of participants. Without a doubt, the best way to engage with them is video.

There are video archives filled with memorable sporting moments that have inspired previous generations. With proper care, you can prevent those memories from fading and preserve your sport’s legacy.

At Imagen, our goal is to help you unlock your video archive, allowing you to promote your sport, and help build momentum in your participation levels.

Don’t let your heritage fade away on a shelf. Make your legacy video work harder.

Ian Mottashed

Ian Mottashed

Ian is one of the longest-standing members of the Imagen (formerly Cambridge Imaging Systems) story. Our VP Marketing, not content with everything else he has to coordinate, somehow also manages to find time to lend his hand to a blog post or two.

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