AFP-Services was commissioned to cover a business seminar, “From Siam to Thailand 4.0”, organized by the French business community in Bangkok on June 9 2017.
For nearly a decade the Cartier Women’s Initiative Awards have recognized women entrepreneurs around the world. In 2015, they asked AFP-Services to increase the event’s visibility. From 18 films profiling the finalists and full coverage of the ceremony, to distribution and analysis of viewership, that’s exactly what we did.
The European Commission was AFP-Services’ first institutional client and remains its largest one today. After fulfilling a four-year contract that expired in 2014, the Commission opted to continue working with us. Since 2010, AFP-Services has completed well over 1,000 assignments for the Commission around the world.
When the International Biathlon Union, headquartered in Salzburg, Austria, decided to raise the profile of their Olympic sport, AFP-Services came up with an idea: why not “embed” a video-journalist to cover the entire BMW IBU World Cup season, from start to finish?
That’s what we’ve done, and there are lots of great stories to tell!
To provide content for a broadcast television program called “Correspondances”, sponsored by the travel agency FERT, Leman Bleu contracted AFP-Services to film segments from around the world profiling a person or family from Geneva living abroad.
Orange has been a trusted client and partner for Agence France-Presse (AFP) going back two decades. In 2013, the company decided that it wanted to offer its customers added value when it came to news. That’s when it turned to AFP-Services.
Chinese Internet giant Tencent was looking for extensive coverage of the 2015 Spring/Summer women’s ready-to-wear Fashion Week shows in New York, Paris, London and Milan.
The UNDP Equator Prize rewards the achievements of local communities in protecting their environment and brings their inspiring stories to an international stage.
The Public Outreach and Communications division of the 10-nation ASEAN commissioned AFP-Services to produce a package of short films, still images and a digital assets management system to highlight several of Association’s policy priorities in 2015.