Best Practices in Promotional Video Planning

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Have you ever wondered how to make a polished promotional video for your organization? What content would you choose? What is the best way to present it? How long should it be? Where should you shoot it? And what about lighting, backdrops, cameras, tripods? Then there's editing and music... all on very, very tight budget.

Join us for our inaugural meeting of the Tech4Good - Los Angeles Chapter, where we will discuss how to achieve this very thing.

Best Practices in Promotional Video Planning

Our speaker is Marlon Fuentes, Marketing and Design Manager at the Center for Nonprofit Management ( He will discuss:

• DNA of great content

• Production, direction and editing tips

• Recommended resources

Doors open at 6:30 pm for networking and light refreshments. Presentation starts at 7:00 pm. There will be time for questions after the presentation.

About the speaker:

Marlon Fuentes is a creative technologist with a passion for the intersection of culture, technology, business, and design. He brings design thinking to the forefront of his work by exploring user experience and data in order to achieve business objectives. At CNM, Marlon has managed the design of a CNM brand identity re-fresh, website, and job site that incorporates a native mid-century Southern California aesthetic with smart, universal functionality. Prior to joining the team, Marlon has worked in creative roles at the Brazilian Consulate in L.A., TED, Live Nation (Opening tour DJ for Shakira), and UCLA where he earned a B.A. in Ethnomusicology. Marlon is also a graduate of the UCLA Anderson Riordan MBA Fellows program.