"WeVideo gives us the ability to scale our video offerings without extensive staff training or design experience."
David Tisdale Marketing Director, Vx Group
Why use video in your internal communications?
Make sure key messages aren’t missed
Save time & resources at all levels
Build cohesion with bottom-up communication
Want to reduce friction, anticipate roadblocks, and improve morale?
Custom templates, multi-seat collaboration, and simple multimedia creation gives your employees the tools they need to stay informed and have their voices heard.
Why use WeVideo?
Video creation tools
Screen and webcam recording
Your assets + ours
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Frequently asked questions
An internal communications video is used to share updates within a company, department, or team. Internal communications are meant for employees and take a different tone from public or customer-facing communications.
Internal communications videos can cover a wide spectrum of topics: company objectives, product updates, leadership changes, progress reports, project timelines, company culture, rebranding initiatives, PR talking points, and more. Ideally, videos are just one piece of a greater internal communication strategy.
Internal communication can take many different forms depending on the company. All of the following tools and methods would be considered examples of internal communication: emails, physical handouts, slideshows/decks, chat messages, audio recordings, videos, and in-person or virtual meetings.
Any time you’re sharing information with your staff, you’re communicating internally.
Video communication can play so many roles in any business. It can be used to express company culture, recruit employees, train new hires, and streamline project management. It can also serve to prepare attendees for an all-hands meeting, summarize key takeaways and next steps, or celebrate the previous year’s biggest milestones.
The bottom line? If you’re wondering how to improve internal communication, video is certainly part of the solution.