According to Business Insider, video will account for an overwhelming majority of internet traffic by 2021. Carmel resident Jon Quick hopes his new venture, Videopolis.tv, will deliver cutting-edge video content to clients regionally and nationally.
“This new business is a direct result of the almost essential need for people who have websites and use digital media to have video these days,” Quick said. “If you look at the statistics, it’s amazing how many people will actually take action on a website after seeing video as opposed to text.”
Videopolis.tv was the brainchild of Quick and his co-founder and partner, Dave Fulton. Both men have an extensive background with video. Quick is president of Q Public Relations and Marketing. Fulton was a writer and producer for the Emmy Award-winning “Naptown Rock Radio Wars,” a PBS documentary on the impact of rock radio.
“Dave and I have worked together many times,” Quick said. “Last fall, we decided to launch Videopolis.tv to offer video and marketing services to all types of business, large or small. (We’re) basically broadening our scope of clients and to answer an immediate need for video on digital platforms as well as traditional usage. ”
The business refers to its services as “video-infused marketing.”
“People can come to us and visit our studios or we will go to them and provide them a marketing analysis to determine what they need based on their budget,” Quick said.
Quick said the difference between Videopolis.tv and its competitors is the diversity within his team.
“We have people who have been in the industry for years, and then we also have millennials,” he said. “We work together and brainstorm ideas and approaches. We get opinions from all sides of experience and age groups.”
For more, visit videopolis.tv.