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Incorporating Printed Inserts Into Your Video Brochure

28 August 2020

Incorporating Printed Inserts Into Your Video Brochure

Stantec and Aecom are partners in the largest civil engineering project in the USA at present, addressing the water shortage problems facing California. 

We worked directly with Stantec to produce a company report with a personalized video message from their CEO, highlighting essential information to shareholders. The content is divided into eight video clips and a 20-page report bound into the video brochure’s cover.

The graphic design was provided by Stantec and modifications made to the design template to accommodate the printed booklet. We then printed and delivered forty copies to the client inside 7-days in to meet their deadline. Our contacts were happy with the result and added a positive review to our Google page.


These are some other ways to add printed inserts and leaflets to your video brochure. 

The most popular method is to incorporate a capacity pocket inside the front cover where booklets and leaflets can be loaded – see below.

We can also integrate a ring-bound brochure into a video brochure as we did for healthcare professionals, Perspective – see below.

Pop-out leaflets can be incorporated into the cover for an added surprise – see below.

A new idea which we have not yet tested is to bind a Z-FOLDED leaflet between the front and inside cover of a softcover brochure. Who will be first to try it out?

If you would like to find out more about incorporating booklets and leaflets into your video brochure, please schedule a call, or send us an email.

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