Three Motion Media shells out £150,000 to help small and medium-sized firms

Newcastle-based tech firm will set up brand to produce three-minute instructional videos for business

Newcastle-based technology firm Three Motion Media has announced it has invested £150,000 to set up a sub brand to help small and medium-sized firms train their employees.

The company will establish the Three Minute Trainer brand, which will produce online training for small and medium-sized firms through a course of three-minute videos.

Courses cover subjects such as selling skills, dementia training and health and safety, with content delivered entirely online.

Founded in 2012, Three Motion Media is a digital marketing company, which specialises in the development and production of digital video and motion graphics.

It sought assistance for setting up its new brand from EU-backed enterprise development fund Investment for Growth, which assisted with the design and systems development of the new Three Minute Trainer website.

The firm has also recruited two more members of staff to assist with the new brand.

Gavin Knights, commercial director of Three Minute Media, said: “We already deliver bespoke v-learning packages for large, high-profile brands and saw a need to provide high-quality learning models for SME’s with smaller budgets.

“We realised that for many subjects such as health and safety, the basic training is the same irrespective of whether you’re a construction company or a manufacturing company, so by developing one training course that many SME’s can purchase, they get high quality training at an affordable price.”

Comments

(will not be published)