London (PRWEB) September 10, 2008
Electricity4business (E4B) is the first electricity supplier out of the starting blocks to kick off a viral campaign by producing a spoof three minute video about energy saving tips, extending its already successful 'E4B superhero' campaign by featuring a team of superheroes.
Produced by local production company Ask MK TV, the E4B employees which make up the 'bill busters' team illustrate the simplicity of energy efficiency in a number of SME environments with an aim of educating businesses that it is easy to save energy - and at the same time, save money, which is crucial in today's economic environment.
Launched this week on a number of video sharing websites, it is already creating quite a stir amongst industry players and SMEs everywhere.
Sales and marketing director Graham Paul comments: 'We are very pleased that our creative marketing team has produced such a fantastic programme of videos. Being the first supplier to introduce a viral campaign means that it illustrates how innovative E4B as a company really is'.
Many businesses have tweaked their digital marketing plans to incorporate video sharing and production as it has become increasingly clear it is an effective tool to raise a business' profile and E4B aim that this particular production might raise a few smiles also.
E4B is the UK's leading independent business electricity supplier. They aim to ensure their customers save money and our environment by being energy efficient.
Headquartered in Milton Keynes, Electricty4Business (E4B) is a supplier of cheap electricity for the small and medium sized business market. E4B is Britain's no. 1 independent electricity retail company, targeting businesses that traditionally spend less than £10,000 per year with their current energy supplier.
The company's aim is to cut the cost for British business by offering lower electricity prices. E4B has cut out waste and bureaucracy to provide a better service at a lower price. E4B focuses on providing SMEs with a hassle free and simple service that helps them to more effectively manage their costs, save time and reduce expenditure.
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