Lots of things can impact your video production budget, including the number of crew members required.
Your budget is an important part of any business decision. Maybe it's human nature to flip to the back page of a proposal to see what something really costs. I understand that response, because I do it too. That’s why people often ask me, “How much should my video budget be?” While I understand the need to have that question answered, a better question about budgeting for video production is, “How much does it cost to meet my objectives and create positive ROI with video?” Unfortunately though, the answer to the second question is the same as the answer to the first: It depends. But don’t you at least feel better that you’re asking smarter questions?
Is your company new to video? Or, have you been producing video, but have not seen the results that you hoped to achieve? It’s no argument that video is now a must-have in both your internal and public communication material. But more importantly than having video content, you need a plan so that it is effective.