16 Nov Case Studies
A great idea.
An innovative project.
An unexpected outcome.
There are any number of reasons you might want to share a case study:
• Knowledge sharing: what can the wider community learn from what you did?
• Success stories: illustrate why other organisations should work with you.
• Credibility: You’re the expert and this case study goes some way prove it.
In the case of Social Investment Scotland (SIS) it was about reaching social enterprises in Scotland who would benefit from their knowledge, experience and financial support.
This was a particularly simple job.
I was due to film at a recent SIS event and Jane was going to be there. We captured the story on the spot and Jane and her team supplied me with photos to illustrate the examples she mentions. The film was completed in just two days.
So, think you need a case study?
It doesn’t have to be complicated…
Let’s have a chat.
Watch the video below or follow the link below to the case study page on the SIS website to see how they used it in practice.