For your family and future generations
Family Record is for your children and your future generations; it is an opportunity for people to contribute meaningfully to their immediate family and bring their family history to life. It’s an extended (2½ hours) video interview during which we have you tell your life story so far. We go in search of seminal experiences, pivotal events, their circumstances and key relationships in their life so far. Also, essentials of the business career. We undertake the interviews and the production is exclusively for the family.
This process allows your family members and future generations to understand who you are & your life experiences. It also provides the opportunity to explore your own being - what you believe, your passions, the people you love and more. The recording usually uncovers new information for family members. Unfortunately, family stories and history get lost so often and we all probably wish we could turn back time to find out. This is an opportunity to change that and keep the family history alive by recording it.
A porthole into successful organisations.
Business Record captures the cultures, values and behaviours that have helped shape organisations and allow for these elements to be perpetuated. It is for distribution to existing and future employees and other major stakeholders. Business Record is a porthole into successful organisations.
It delivers this through effective visual records to identity and re-establish within the organisation which can be used for effective marketing and promoting strong ethical and moral agendas while inspiring employees to strive for success and be proud of their environment.
Cahoots Vision connects people by sharing stories that have a positive influence on others through capturing real life experience as told by the people who created it. Cahoots Vision showcases our services in Business Record short forms, snippets from Family Records and featured Corporate productions.
Tigers Realm Coal
The Informed Tourist
Tribute to Ron Fordham
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