Lots of noise. Information overload. No time to digest. Snacking on news and ideas.  Full inbox.

Sound familiar? Guess what – it’s the world your customers live in too. As do your colleagues, employees and investors.

BroadView helps its clients cut through the noise. So that your important audiences are interested, engaged, educated – and, if they are customers, they buy.

We do it in two ways.

StoryBuilding: we work with large B2B organisations to articulate and sharpen their go to market story. The result: better sales decks and a narrative framework which makes marketing more effective. This is consulting work based on journalistic principles which can be applied to propositions and initiatives, product sets, campaigns – or to the business as a whole. Click here to find out more.

Video services: since 2001 we have produced hundreds of videos for many different companies for a wide variety of purposes. They all have some things in common. High production standards. Sharp journalistic storytelling. A planning process which looks at the strategic framework for the video production so that it fits into the bigger picture. And account management which means we work closely with our clients as trusted advisers.

And we now offer personalised video production – every customer gets their own video.

some of our clients

Canon Vodafone BT Domestic & General Ernst & Young BT WiFi Sony BT | Wholesale Lloyds Banking Group American Express

Latest

Aug14: John Hurt Delivers Star Performance for Broadview’s Client

He’s had an alien jump out of his belly, won BAFTAs and been nominated for two Oscars. And John Hurt has now helped us win one major corporate award with our client TMF Group and be shortlisted for another.

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Aug14: Carlos Joins Broadview

Sesame Street, film premieres and the Royal Wedding. Carlos Chacon brings a lot of production experience to BroadView, joining us as Project Manager.

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Aug14: One Month is not Enough to Build Your Story

In a month the Scots will decide on independence from the UK. As with some company narratives, the focus has been on the ‘what’, not the ‘why’ or the ‘how’. And whatever side of the debate you are on, there seems to be consensus on one thing: confusion reigns.

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