Emily discovered the potential of collaborative storytelling whilst making a film about rhino conservation. She noticed that everyone at a protest was capturing the activity on their phones. With that, Seenit was born. A video collaboration tool that enables companies to produce high impact, authentic video at scale by engaging their community; whether that be their employees, customers or fans around the world.
Today everyone has a smartphone in their pocket and everyone is filming, but companies are finding it difficult to tap into this consumer behaviour. Seenit provides a video capture app and online studio to amplify the voices most relevant to your company and find the stars from your audience, motivating them to become part of your ‘mobile film crew’.
People are filming more than as everyone has a smartphone, and so camera, in their pocket. Companies are finding hard to tap into and utilise this human behaviour. Seenit’s video App & Online Studio does so in a refined manner. Our tech amplifies the voices most relevant to your company and finds the stars from your audience, motivating them to become part of your ‘mobile film crew’.
Seenit Won TechCrunch Disrupt 2016 and Forbes named Emily as one of their 30 Under 30 in media. They’re now a team of nearly 30, based in Shoreditch, and are powering videos for clients such as The BBC, Team GB, The Hut Group and Benefit.