Business Narration Voiceover Expert
Like all elements of your business and its brand, narration for your business should reflect your image, your company’s mission, and the purpose of your video. An experienced, talented business voice over narrator not only does that but hooks your listener, keeps their attention, and raises your message up above the chatter and noise of everyone today clamoring for everyone else’s attention. Thousands of businesses have counted on professional voice over artist Kim Handysides to capture the imaginations, hearts, and loyalty of their customers and clients.
Like any element of your business and its brand, the narration you choose for your company video shouldn’t just reflect your image but your mission and purpose. A talented business narration voice over not only does that but hooks your listener and keeps their attention. In the industry for 30 years, female voice artist Kim Handysides knows how to raise your message above the chatter and set it apart from the noise.
Thousands of businesses have counted on professional voice over artist Kim Handysides to capture their customer’s and clients’ imaginations, hearts, and loyalty. But before you go any further in securing voice over talent for your business narration, check out the difference between customer-facing business narration and internal communications narration and how they fit your needs.
Customer Facing Business Narration
With an intense interest in business and best business practices herself, a background in theatre and broadcasting that she’s honed over a couple of decades, Kim can provide your business with excellent narration whatever your goals. Brick and mortar businesses have opportunities on-site to engage customers through in-store promotions whether over an audio system or in videos near the checkout, dressing rooms, or other areas clients congregate.
Lots of business narration is customer-facing. Brick and mortar businesses have on-site opportunities to engage customers through in-store promotions, whether over an audio system or in videos near the checkout, dressing rooms, or other areas where clients congregate. Customer-facing business narration can include fundraising films, case studies, brand films, customer stories, mini-documentaries, and explainers. This type of narration is so flexible that it can be woven in to show off your corporate culture and advertise new product launches and tell the story of why your brand matters and how it impacts the lives of your customers.
In the age of social media, you need a consistent presence that tells customers your brand story and fills them in regularly. People want to know about your purposes and objectives; case studies of events you helped your customers achieve their goals or events you supported to impact your community.
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In the early 2000s, everyone needed to create a website for their business. Twenty years later, the trend has moved from text and pics on standalone sites to posting video content. You can invite people to linger on your site and have a consistent social presence over apps like TikTok that are fun and show voice over. Given how quickly advertising changes in a post-social media world, it’s essential to stay ahead of the curve and drive potential customers to your business.
Business Narrations for Internal Communication
Do you have a message for your employees, a pitch for partners, or a presentation for the higher-ups? If the answer is yes, then that’s internal business narration. Many companies and brands use internal narrations as a means of communication between departments or locations, and they’re essential to creating a cohesive flow from within your business. Any time you think of a training video for new employees, or an update to company policies, the internal business narration is at play. They’re so much more than onboarding modules and insurance videos; but a way to plan for future projects and pitch ideas to different teams.
Just like customer-facing narrations, internal business communications are necessary and the best way to instill a tangible presence and strengthen loyalty from within your brand or company. Suppose you have a conference coming up and need to teach your employees how to present themselves and your product or even educate them on informing customers. In that case, you need to make sure you have top-notch narration for your business.
By integrating a professional voice over artist into your internal communications, you can create elaborate and thought-provoking videos that don’t just catch employees, colleagues, and managers, updated on policies but also capture their attention.
Book Kim Handysides for Your Business Narration
With an intense interest in business and best business practices herself, a background in theater and broadcasting that she’s honed over 30 years as a voice over professional, Kim can provide your business with excellent narration – whatever your goals may be.
Because voice over narration reflects the nature of your business and its branding and the particular campaign or series you’ve created, sometimes you need an authoritative sound that showcases precisely that. Other times, your business narration needs to be imbued with compassion and flexibility that set the tone for what you stand for.
Whether it’s an international accent or a gender-neutral voice, a high-quality professional narration for your business video doesn’t just humanize your presentation but helps you seal the deal. Especially with the popularity of natural-sounding TikTok ads and the shifting business landscapes of the Metaverse, lots of brands choose to rise above the chatter with quirky slice-of-life dialogues that sound like a message being sent between close friends.
It brings maximum impact, makes a great impression without you being there, and shows potential customers and clients you respect their media-savvy. Do you have a video project that could use talented, engaging female voice over artists? Book Kim today or contact her to chat and get a quote or a custom sample.