Wadiz, a lifestyle investment platform, announced that it would introduce a Content Production Assistant program to support startups in the design and video production.
Wadiz collaborated with several companies specializing in content production. Their services include a web design platform called Miri Canvas, which provides design and editing tools, and Video Monster, a platform used for video editing services.
Last June, Wadiz conducted a survey on about 700 content makers and found that one out of three makers chose content production as an essential service needed for funding. Accordingly, the partnership was carried out to provide practical help to small businesses that are burdened with hiring designers or outsourcing.
Supporting Startups with Content Creation
More than 1,200 content makers processed content through the program during the trial period since March. Wadiz later decided to expand the program to all content creators.
Makers preparing for Wadiz funding can use over 100 types of design and video templates for free. Additionally, the makers can also create their desired content with the tools provided by Miri Canvas and Video Monster by simply inserting images and text on the web without using a professional design program.
The company explained that the ‘Self Story Design’ provided by Miri Canvas would greatly help beginners. Makers can get support creating a reward structure or project plan based on the nature of the funding. The self-image production provided by Video Monster could also assist makers in various purposes, such as promotional videos and project introduction videos.
Choi Dong-cheol, vice president of Wadiz, said that the company would offer more practical help to manufacturers who have difficulty producing online content. Wadiz would work harder to lay the foundation to support the entire phase from the start of the business to its growth through partnerships in various fields such as production, logistics, delivery, and content production.