Damar Training create animation video with mmadigital

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1 May 2015


mmalogo-new200The country’s leading provider of apprenticeships to the legal and justice sectors, Damar Training, has teamed up with mmadigital to create a two and a half-minute animation video about the business benefits of apprenticeships.

Damar Training works with firms nationally, helping them to recruit and train ambitious young people as paralegals and legal administrators.

Jonathan Bourne, Managing Director, said that he needed an innovative way to communicate his company’s message: “We chose animation because it is a very efficient way to convey a new concept in an engaging and informative manner. We chose mmadigital because the company has a strong track record in animation videos and they understand the business needs of innovative, growing law firms”.

The link up with Damar Training marks a number of client wins for mmadigital, having secured multiple animation/video projects for a range of industry leaders.

Dez Derry, CEO of mmadigital, said: “It was fantastic to get the opportunity to work with a company that provides so much for the legal sector. The work Damar Training does to get young people into employment is commendable, and it is congruent with our own beliefs. We pride ourselves on offering apprenticeships at mmadigital”.

See the animation here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xBP9AVzC8T4

To find out more about mmadigital or see the latest views on digital marketing in the legal sector, visit www.mmadigital.co.uk



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