We use great ideas to tell compelling stories. Stories that communicate the value of a service, product, culture or experience. Stories that drive a bigger picture narrative. Stories that make up a strong video strategy.
Our focus is on great ideas. Ideas that will help drive demand. Whether it's for the top of your sales funnel, an event or a media buy, our hatred for boring video will serve you well.
Valuable technology should never feel boring. Telling tech stories gets us pumped, regardless if it's an app, a data center or a laptop. Let's do this.
Video should be easy. That’s why we work hard to keep our process predictable and effective.
Effective ideas can only come from great understanding of brand.
We're a marketing-driven video company. Lets figure out what success looks like.
We handle all of the video production and pride ourselves on delivering a high-end piece of storytelling greatness.
We'll get your video content to where it needs to be.
We spend a lot of time experimenting, researching and guiding our clients to video success. Below is some of what we've learned. We hope it’s a resource for you.
A common pain we come across is out-of-date video. Here are the Top 5 reasons to update your video, laced with some pointed sarcasm & storytelling, just for giggles.
We get it. You think your product is boring. But that's not why people aren't buying it. Time to fix your video.
The new, digital world rewards the bold. But have marketers forgotten a fundamental component to all marketing and advertising?
There are dozens of video companies in your area. Unfortunately, not all of them are created equal. So, how do you select the right one for your goals? Downloading this one-sheet is a good first step.
It’s been more than 5 years since we started this experiment. We wanted to tell stories people want to hear, from brands they welcome into their lives.
We wanted to push the market away from tired and forgettable video habits. So, we set up our video shop at the intersection of "brand" and "big idea." Because, that's where the party is at.
Before UPG, founders Woody Harrison and Ben Cecil spent most of their careers creating news content and executing brand building campaigns for local television stations, in several different major markets.
Here's a quick look at a recent UPG comedy campaign.