It’s a time of year when we have to find the right words and express our feelings to our loved ones in an appropriate way.
There are 50 videos in total, each ten minutes long, made by different people living in different parts of the world. From the UK to Germany, from Australia to Indonesia and from Japan to Russia. This covers cultures and languages that are mostly unfamiliar for us. It also includes short films about each person that is filmed at home or work (and their thoughts).
These videos will be useful for those who want to know a little more about one of their significant others, or for those who just want a change of scenery – as you can see we have found a few films about personal growth here.
The global video market is estimated at $7.2 billion. Through the years, a small number of large companies have been leading the way in this fast growing market. These are companies like Facebook and Coca-Cola which offer wonderful videos to their users every day or on special occasions (Christmas).
These videos are always better than news headlines because they entertain while they inform too. They provide a ‘bigger picture’ and make you feel engaged with the content you watch.
Chrismas has grown up to be one of the most important time of the year among children and families around the world. There are many ways that Christmas can be celebrated – bringing gifts, exchanging gifts, singing songs, decorating trees etcetera etcetera. As a result there are various types
A Christmas greeting video from people from all over the world.
The videos are filmed in five continents, which were filmed specially for Christmas. Here’s a list of countries: Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Greece and Japan.
Each episode has 16-20 minutes and each country is featured 5 times – 2 times in each continent. The idea is to cover the most popular and genuine greetings from the people who live in that country. On top of this there are also some country touches here and there – like French-speaking Belgians sending a very “French” welcome card to their French friends!
One thing that may be disappointing to some isn’t that they have only 5 or 6 videos (they’re not all direct links) but it’s that they don’t have as much
This is a compilation of funny videos from all over the world. They range from simple greeting cards to impressive presents and even ridiculous holiday jokes.
This was created for the International Customer Service Day 2018 in Delhi, India. It takes you through some of the best customer service experiences that Indians have to offer, from simple “Hello”, “Thank You” and “Sorry” responses to hilarious mispronunciations and embarrassing reactions to awkward.
We would like to share with you 20 videos from the 2016 world videos and the ones we filmed in Australia, Iceland, France, Indonesia and USA. We hope you’ll enjoy them and learn something from them!
Since the 20th century has brought change to our lives, it is only natural that we should also make changes to our world. This time around, we would like to have a Christmas greeting video from all over the world.