Interview with Hope Daley, Co-Founder
Why did you join the CCCR Business 100?
We joined the Business 100 because we recognize the importance of support and affordable childcare for employees and the workforce in general in our area. We want to support the early educational foundation for children in our community. We also want to connect with likeminded businesses and individuals and the networking events held by CCCR for the Business 100 are the perfect place to do this.
How are you impacted or inspired by CCCR’s work?
We are continually inspired by the stories of the families, children and the teachers at CCCR childcare facilities. The work that CCCR does makes a lasting positive impact on the children and families in our community.
What sets you apart in your field?
We are filmmakers and content writers, so we look at our clients needs through a different lens. We help create and refine your story, working with you from the first conversation through the final edits, so that your video meets and exceeds your needs. Our decades of experience have enabled us to make a simplified process to help our clients understand what goes into a good production and a great final product.
What should the community know about you?
We are a local family owned and operated business with national and international broadcast and production experience. Coming from corporate television we have a unique understanding and ability to serve our clients in a variety of ways.
What exciting events or plans do you anticipate for 2018?
We are researching grants so that we can help our non-profit partners offset the cost of video production. We believe that cause-related marketing where businesses and non-profits can join forces, like the Business 100, are powerful and we’re hoping to help grow that. In 2018 we are looking forward to sharing more local stories within our community. We are also anticipating closing a new national television program and obtaining supporting funds for documentaries.