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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – Envoy B2B announces the launch of Envoy B2B Studios to help brands align their digital content creation and production strategy. They have broadened their menu of services to support brands at each stage of bringing their line to market. With this launch, Envoy B2B Studios will specialize in high-volume product photography, 360° video spins, 3D scanning, custom/lifestyle photography, video capture/editing, interactive content creation, animation, and more.
“There is a huge demand in the market for partners that can offer a range of services, ideate on the need, and apply an operational plan that gets it done with consistency through a brand’s season,” states Envoy B2B’s CEO, Jon Faber. “ Envoy B2B Studios will work with our brand partners to establish a seasonal production cycle that produces deliverables that meet each stage of the brand’s go-to-market needs.”
Envoy B2B Studios also offers a partner program that brings together a strong network of individuals and companies to meet the needs of brands. Current partners include D/CAL, Seek XR, Checkmate VR, Box, Oratory, and Think Chromatic. Find out more about becoming a partner here.
The creation of this offering was inspired by Envoy B2B’s past work with some of the largest brands in the industry including Merrell, Converse, Chaco, Kamik, and OOFOS own. The studio offers a vast portfolio of work on their site and starts each project by producing examples before going live with a brand’s production plan.
“Always a pleasure to work with a company that is extremely well skilled in photography and brings a next level of organization/efficiency to the process,” says Nick Brown, Product Demand Coordinator at OOFOS.
Envoy B2B Studios has solutions from 1 to 10,000 products a month, all while offering flexible delivery and seamless file transfers. Ultimately, this provides a solution for a brand’s entire season. “From forecasting, to sell-in, to sell-through, we can support your brand,” says Faber.