What is a White Label Design?
A white label product or service is a product or service produced by one company (the producer) that other companies (the marketers) re-brand to make it appear as if they made it. (Wikipedia)
Can a white label improve my business?
By white labelling, Rogue Robot can greatly improve your company’s offer, meaning you’ll no longer have to say no to a client, or send them out to a third party with their own agenda and way of doing things.
Our white label projects
Over the years, Rogue Robot has white labelled for a number of companies, providing services to their clients that they are unable to supply themselves. It means that an event, marketing or advertising company can say, ‘Yes, we can produce that video / conference graphics package / 3d render / animated logo / product promotion / etc.’ and, as far as the client knows, keep the work they do completely ‘in-house’.
When Rogue Robot white labels, we are your company – whether that’s on-site, filming in your company’s branded shirts, working in the edit suite, or producing motion graphics; and we always deal with your clients in a professional, polite and discrete manner.
We’ve worked for some big clients this way, including FIFA, Epson, Disney, HP, Sony Ericsson and many, many more. And on every occasion, we’ve provided services that have kept clients coming back.
If you’d like to know more about Rogue Robot providing white label services for you, just get in touch.
In ‘other news’, the work just doesn’t seem to let up…
- We recently provided a large motion graphics package for a major UK company we cannot mention (white labelling for another company, you see…).
- We were down in London for the Sainsbury’s Family Festival in Hyde Park over the Jubilee Weekend, providing jib operating services for SteadiFacilities. We’ve also ‘jibbed’ at Adidas in South Manchester for the arrival there of the Olympic Torch.
- Working for a Manchester-based management company, we’ve just completed a lettings video for a large shopping centre in the North West (no, not The Trafford Centre…).
- We’ve helped out iamSolanas again with some live filming in Leeds.
- Work on a video for a young woman’s hostel is still ongoing, and we got some great footage at a recent reunion party where the sun stayed shining!
- And we provided live camera for a recent Manchester City Council conference and workshop.
July will see Chris working at Manchester University for two weeks, directing the HD camera coverage of their graduations.
We have several jobs coming up for major, international companies, and we’re getting together with some of our friends and colleagues to pull something new and exciting together that should benefit all of our clients.