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Brightcove appoints Kaizo to enhance UK profile

Brightcove Inc, the leading intelligent video streaming, monetization, and communications platform, has appointed Kaizo to build its profile in the UK market.

Brightcove creates the world’s most reliable, scalable, and secure video technology solutions to build a greater connection between companies and their audiences – no matter where they are or on which devices they consume content. Kaizo has been tasked with building its profile amongst large corporates and media organisations as a thought leader, building awareness of the role video plays in enhancing business and society.

Brightcove’s intelligent video platform enables businesses in more than 80 countries to sell to customers more effectively, media leaders to stream and monetize content more reliably, and every organization to communicate with team members more powerfully.

Rhodri Harries, MD of Kaizo said:

“Brightcove is at the forefront of a huge growth sector and it’s our honour to have the opportunity to work with them. The business has many exciting customers and applications and we are looking forward to developing campaigns to support these by building awareness and increasing engagement.”

Both appointments were made following competitive pitches and add to Kaizo’s existing portfolio of business technology brands which include; Druva, AppLovin, SnapLogic, Sharp Europe, D-Link, Avast and BlackLine.

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