DHL | Custom Video Invitation Card
About The Client
DHL is one of the world’s largest logistics companies. They deliver more than one billion packages per year to over 220 countries and territories worldwide. DHL offers a wide range of solutions that are tailored to fit any size of business in different types of industries.
DHL continues to simplify the world of logistics and expand their reach over the years. In line with this, they want an astounding product that best represents the brand which is both innovative and technologically advanced.
As they are now on the 19th edition of their Global Life Sciences & Healthcare Conference, the most suitable product would be something that is new to the attendees’ eyes. It has to be a sleek and modern invitation card that is easy to use, informative, and is hard to forget.
Our team of experts recommended the videoCARDS as the perfect product suited for their need. Not only does it capture people’s attention, it also enables DHL to relay more information. The videoCARD is a thin and small book that comes with a built-in LCD screen and a speaker with volume controls. It can accommodate multiple video content that can be assigned to individual buttons for an interactive press to play function. Video duration ranges from 20 minutes up to 120 minutes long.
The videoCARD may seem to look like a regular greeting card at first, but the magic happens once the card is opened. Big thanks to our team who custom-made all the video mailer cards with a built-in magnet and sensor. Now your video automatically plays without turning on a button. Indeed, an ultramodern invitation card that effectively communicates to your target audience.
DHL’s 19th Global Life Sciences & Healthcare Conference participants can play the video presentation whenever they want. No internet or wifi connectivity needed, no video restrictions and interruptions, and can be recharged anytime the power goes off. With its user-friendly interface, it is perfect for all ages. Certainly, the videoCARD meets the increasing demand of video content in today’s technology-dominated world.