2018 – Inclusive Digital’s Review of the Year

By December 13, 2018 September 6th, 2019 Blogs, Inclusive Digital

We’re celebrating a record year of new client sign-ups, each requiring one or more of our digital services to tell their story. We started our eleventh year in good shape having chosen to focus on six specific areas of digital production:

  1. Website development
  2. Video and audio production
  3. Event filming
  4. Live streaming
  5. eLearning and
  6. Video and slides production.

Here’s a look back at a busy 2018 and our work with business, think tanks and membership bodies:

JANUARY: Video production – the Hurlingham Club: Our first big commission of the year was with the Hurlingham Club in London to produce videos to mark the club’s 150th anniversary in 2019.

FEBRUARY: eLearning – android app for the Association of Anaesthetists: We developed an android app for the eLearning service we had previously launched for the Association of Anaesthetists.

FEBRUARY: Live streaming – New York Times and Minnie Driver: We filmed the New York Times interview with actor Minnie Driver for a high-profile live streaming event in London.

MARCH: Live streaming – panel discussion for Mark Allen Business: We live streamed a multi-camera panel discussion about GDPR in HR, an event watched live by more than 800 people.

MAY: Podcast production – audio discussions by the Royal Society of Medicine (RSM): We edited, distributed and co-produced a series of podcasts for the Royal Society of Medicine (RSM). These were listened to nearly 17,900 times across a number of apps and platforms including the RSM website, iTunes, Soundcloud, Spotify and Sticher.

MAY: Webinars – The Further Education Trust for Leadership: We filmed a series of high-profile webinars for the think tank The Further Education Trust for Leadership.

JUNE: eLearning – online training platform for the Fertility Support Company: We were commissioned to build and launch an online training platform about fertility treatments.

SEPTEMBER: Website development and management – The East-West programme: We continued to run and manage the website of The East-West: the Art of Dialogue project which encourages collaboration between Egypt and the US.

OCTOBER: eLearning – the British Society of Rheumatology: We launched a combined video-based and online training eLearning player for the British Society of Rheumatology.

NOVEMBER: Website service provision – The Brewers’ Company: We were commissioned to add extra functionality to the website of the Brewers’ Company, one of the City’s oldest Livery firms.

YEAR-ROUND: Conference and corporate event filming/video production: We filmed and produced videos for an increasing number of clients and events, listed below.

  • Two pharmaceutical conferences in the US organised by Hanson Wade – the Annual Advanced R&D Sourcing & Procurement and the Gene Therapy for Rare Disorders conferences
  • The British Society for Rheumatology Annual Conference and their autumn ‘case based’ conference
  • The STEM Women Community Event
  • The 4th King’s John Price Paediatric Respiratory Conference at King’s College London
  • SCONA (Society for Computational Fluid Dynamics of the Nose and Airway)
  • Healthcare Information & Management Systems Society (HIMSS)
  • HCubed (H3)
  • The Mayday Trust
  • Allied Worldwide
  • Chartered Banker Institute
  • Exabeam
  • Lifetime Group
  • Access Group
  • House of Fraser

NOVEMBER/DECEMBER: Video production – Inclusive Digital launches its own promotional video: We’re rounding off the year with a video of our own. We hope it demonstrates the work we’re doing for our clients using moving image and sound. Our new film can be seen here.