SpiritClips.com Offers Academy Award Caliber Short Films to Engage and Motivate Employees

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Employers can license or send motivational short films for their holiday greeting cards and in company newsletters and communications to encourage and motivate employees.

E-cards are generally not that good, and we wanted to send something that was special and distinctive. SpiritClips are truly amazing. You have to watch them to understand. We've never received anything close to the response we received from our employees and clients as we did from the SpiritClips emailing

SpiritClips.com, an original collection of powerful short films that inspire compassion, hope, courage and strength, announces their new corporate holiday greeting card program. Created by Academy Award-winning producer Rob Fried (“Rudy,” “Collateral,” “Hoosiers”), SpiritClips’ goal for corporations is to provide employee motivation tools, and creative resources for enhancing client and employee communication.

The SpiritClips FilmCard program is a unique way to send corporate holiday cards, all for less time and expense than a printed card and a postage stamp. The technology developed by SpiritClips allows for companies to import their contacts, add their corporate logo and company message and send an elegant branded filmcard to all their employees and clients.

Much better than an electronic greeting card, a SpiritClips FilmCard is an amazing, customizable, e-video experience that arrives right in the viewers email. When “clicked” the recipient opens a beautiful card with a company’s personalized message. The filmcard selected for them plays with film quality sound and video right in the recipient's browser. Filmcards simulate the intimate experience of opening a traditional printed card. You can pick filmcards for any occasion with a selection of over 100 distinctive covers to choose from. Filmcards play immediately upon opening, there's no time wasted waiting for a download.

Independent investment firm Sanli, Pastore and Hill, Inc. chose the holiday filmcard program last year to email to their employees and clients. The response was overwhelmingly positive.

"E-cards are generally not that good, and we wanted to send something that was special and distinctive. SpiritClips are truly amazing. You have to watch them to understand. We've never received anything close to the response we received from our employees and clients as we did from the SpiritClips emailing," stated Nevin Sanli, President, Sanli, Pastore and Hill, Inc.

Additional details on how this firm benefited from the SpiritClips FilmCard program are available in a case study.

Corporations can also utilize these high quality films in their company e-newsletters and emails by including a link to a selected film illustrating excellent business values. And employers can license films to use in meetings and presentations to motivate employees, working to improve office culture by encouraging integrity, compassion and optimism.

SpiritClips.com has a large selection of films based on a wide choice of interpersonal topics – inspiration, integrity, courage and goodwill – that coincide with successful corporate goals and ideals. The use of SpiritClips’ films can help employers illustrate their objectives and to achieve these goals.

About SpiritClips:
SpiritClips is a unique online collection of powerful, original films that inspire universal values of compassion, hope, courage and strength. Each film is created with the same commitment to craftsmanship and quality as a feature film. Corporate programs include branded FilmCards and licensing of films for employee communications, company newsletters and trainings. A completely ad-free environment, SpiritClips.com also fosters creativity and connection through its online community features.

For more information on SpiritClips.com corporate programs, contact Lorne Mattner 424.210.3603 or lorne(at)spiritclips(dot)com

This press release was distributed through eMediawire by Human Resources Marketer (HR Marketer: http://www.HRmarketer.com) on behalf of the company listed above.

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