SIMSA Virtual Tools

October 8, 2020

SIMSA is proud to provide virtual tools – for free – to its members.

 

Best Practices for Shop Tour Videos – download HERE (even how to make one yourself, what to include, etc.)

 

Shop Tour Video Production Budgeting Guidelines (you can/will find lower prices, consider these higher-end) – download HERE

 

Find Saskatchewan videographers at the Saskatchewan Media Industry Production Association (SMIPA) website – HERE

 

SIMSA member videographers include Creative Fire and Levis Media.

 

Part 1 of 2 on “Virtual Tradeshows 101” – watch video here

Session hosted by Joshua Jones – he worked for Zoom for several years and developed their corporate education platforms.

This session covers:

  • What’s really different about an in-person conference and virtual
    • Advantages to virtual meetings
    • Replacing or substituting the wow factor – level playing field
    • Evergreen content – 1 year availability – making content that lasts
  • Challenges of meeting online – making a personal connection
    • Audio/video best practices
    • Connectivity best practices

 

Part 2 of 2 on “Virtual Tradeshows 101” – watch video here

Session hosted by Joshua Jones – he worked for Zoom for several years and developed their corporate education platforms.

This session covers:

  • Using the SwapCard platform used for the Saskatchewan Mining Supply Chain Forum
  • Content marketing assets, deliverables
  • One page per brand – crisp logo, content, resources
  • All hands on deck – all of these other resources are here at the same time
  • Looking to the future – the event is a content generation trigger
  • Virtual and online network may not be the same as that in person – people don’t just click in out of curiosity, they are there for more purpose – intentional
  • Less traffic, higher value connection

 

Marketing items for the Virtual Mining Supply Chain Forum

 

MSCF Logo is below:

MSCF Forum Logo

 

MSCF Information for Instagram

 

MSCF Information for Facebook is below

 

MSCF Information for Twitter is below

 

 

Funding for these items was provided by NGen – Next Generation Manufacturing – and WD – Western Economic Diversification Canada.