July 12, 2011
Branded storytelling from new Chamber member
Video and film production house Plum Street Productions, a new Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber member, was founded by three creative, like-minded people who have a passion for storytelling. They not only produce high-definition, engaging content, but also have a strategy for visual branding and building video viewership through social media and traditional media outlets. Their formula is pretty simple: creative story + marketing = branded storytelling. Plum St. Productions has a diverse client base, and sees it as crucial to support the small-to-medium-sized businesses in the region to continue to push economic development in Cincinnati USA.
Recently, Plum St. Productions partnered with two of the Chamber's crucial initiatives--the Cincinnati USA Partnership's (economic development arm) newly launched retention program, GrowthForce; and the Minority Business Accelerator (Chamber's economic inclusion initiative). Plus, the team just completed work with Glier's Goetta, and finished another season working with the Cincinnati Rollergirls. They are gearing up to work with clients such as Barleycorn's, Kourtnee Kate Photography, Consumer Clarity and Kisco Senior Living, bringing the stories of a wide variety of clients to their potential customers everywhere.
In addition, Plum St. Productions continues to work with Cincinnati's local film community, and premiered their first short film, Turn, directed by Michael C. Potter, in March. Their second short film, Call Me, by Brian Price and Kevin Necessary, is being completed and will premiere in the late summer/early fall of this year. Both were produced by managing partner, Chenney Chen.
Find out more about Plum St. Productions and check out some of their work at www.PlumStProductions.com.