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Rajiv Ouseph – The Use of Video in Sport

The use of video has certainly developed during my playing career. For our sport, video is a crucial tool to critique our game and connect with our fans.

Staff Training

Staff training can be fun AND effective

Last week I was having a discussion with a prospect that needed a platform to deliver short training videos to over fifty-thousand staff across the globe. Being in the hospitality market – they had a range of skills and capabilities. From quick-repairs to a lawnmower to mixing the perfect mojito to guest management. They urgentlyRead more

Archive Video in American Presidential Elections – Part 2

The influence of video in American campaigns in the digital age is profound and complex and is becoming a central component of candidates’ strategies.

Archive Video in American Presidential Elections

The influence of video in American campaigns in the digital age is profound and complex and is becoming a central component of candidates’ strategies.

Maximize operational efficiency with drone video

Businesses worldwide are discovering the benefits and challenges of integrating Unmanned Aircraft Systems into their operations. As oil and gas companies explore the possibilities UAS can bring to their businesses, a significant percentage of market share is now shifting to this industry.

Communicate ideas

Stories that inspire your clients

When talking to Imagen customers and prospects, it became clear that one of the major challenges facing companies is how to manage and distribute corporate video content that enhances the corporate narrative. How do you successfully create a clear vision and cultivate a corporate culture that enables the successful delivery of the business’ strategic andRead more

Adapting to a digital economy

I worked in the Music Industry 20 years ago, way before any real meaningful adoption of the internet. It was the arrival of Napster and MP3s that’s taken me on a digital journey. I can remember Tower Records in Piccadilly Circus, a “Cathedral” of vinyl. The Jazz section on the second floor was awesome. IRead more

Innovation

Cultivating A Culture Of Innovation

While these are undoubtedly difficult times for the Energy industry, there is also a clear opportunity to invest in cultivating a culture of innovation as organisations strive to increase margins and output while using less resource. While this can prove a painful process it can also drive constant improvement, allowing organisations to emerge from thisRead more

Communicating complex ideas securely

Last week I was having a conversation with a friend of mine who has worked in the QHSE environment for many years. Mostly in Oil & Gas – for many of the majors. The talk turned to implementation of the HSE’s directives and how training is delivered to field resources to keep them updated withRead more

Ready for immersive experiences?

Recently a broadcaster asked me to propose an “Immersive Experience for viewers”. Slightly stumped, I thought HTML5 websites, online chat. But that all seemed too 2010. I looked into “Virtual Reality” gaming technology, not an area familiar to me, but I knew a man who did. My first “immersive” experience, gave me vertigo and IRead more