BIG boost for video business


The Business Investment for Growth Programme (BIG) is being thanked by after it match-funded a new professional video camera for the Camborne-based business.

Matthew Clarke
Matthew Clarke

The overall equipment spend of nearly £3,300 has meant that director Matthew Clarke has been able to buy kit, including a BlackMagic Cinema Camera.

KernowPods is also setting up a new joint venture with Cornish Living TV to form Taran Films. It is after a number of years of success in shooting high-quality video-marketing and promotional content for a wide range of clients, including: Combined Universities Cornwall, Exeter University ESI, Cornwall Apprenticeship Agency and the Cornwall and Isles of Scilly LEP.

Clarke said: “I am so grateful to the BIG fund, and in particular, Brent Treloar, for the help provided in achieving our dream of being able to provide our clients with even high quality shoots than ever before.

“In the modern online marketplace, this kind of video content is really transforming the way that businesses and organisations communicate.”