UPDATED March 30: Pluck's COVID-19 Status
We Bring the Heart to Financial Services
Financial services companies are actively looking for ways to connect with their audiences. We get you there with Hollywood and Madison Avenue quality videos that help your brand stand out. But to really connect with audiences, your video marketing also needs to have heart. Pluck means heart. It's in our name, and it's in every video we make.
Financial Services is Different
Marketing financial services presents unique challenges. There's often multiple stakeholders, compliance needs that must be met, and jaded audiences who expect something special.
Meanwhile, to stand out from the "noise" it's not enough to tick all the compliance and stakeholder boxes while creating a video that looks awesome. You need to create relatable stories that are on-brand and on-message. This is a unique challenge. We work with you to help tell your story so it connects with your audience. And we bring this storytelling prowess whether the project is a commercial or a CEO interview.
Type of Videos We Make
We are exceptional at blowing expectations out of the water, with cinema-quality financial services corporate videos, commercials for television and for the web, tradeshow videos, and social media video campaigns.
Whether your audience is in the boardroom or the living room, we raise the bar for financial services video production.
We Work Worldwide
Many of our financial services and fintech clients are based in New York City and Los Angeles, but we work with companies onsite throughout the United States. By being based in two of the world's media capitals we can bring worldclass resources to each project we create. Just read some testimonials from our clients!
Some of our clients
Some Recent Financial Services Videos
Social Media: Coverpath Ep1
Episode One of our series of videos for Coverpath's branded content advertising campaign. We made social-first spots to work in square aspect ratio and even 9:16 (portrait-mode) for Facebook and Instagram, while protecting the traditional 16x9 aspect ratio for less vertical applications.