Why video is crucial for any crisis comms and how to film with limited equipment  


Join us as we discuss 'why video is so crucial for any crisis comms and how to film with limited equipment'.

If the recent COVID-19 pandemic has taught us anything it’s the value of a crisis communication plan in times of uncertainty. But how do you ensure business continuity and how do you communicate with a global workforce gone remote?

We're lucky at Shootsta, as video production is at the heart of what we do, but if like us,
you need to keep your business connected, join us to discover why and how video can help successfully deliver your crisis communication plan.


Nick de la Force, Creative Services Manager at Shootsta will take you through everything you need to know about crisis communications and how to film with limited equipment.

 What we will cover:

  • What is a crisis communications plan
  • Why video matters in times of crisis 
  • How to structure a good crisis communication video 
  • How to film with limited equipment 


Date: June 30th, 2020
Time: 10AM - 11PM BST (CEST +1hr)


Can’t make it on the day? Don’t worry, simply register and we’ll send you a post-event recording.

Nick de la Force

Creative Services Manager

Nick is a multi-disciplinary creative with 20 years’ experience in front of and behind the camera across the worlds of film, TV, corporate video, podcasting, marketing, and live events. Nick’s professional training as an actor and visual storyteller have taken him from acting on-screen to working for the likes of Apple and Microsoft on results-driven product launches, community events, education programmes, and more.

Olivia Riches