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Valentine's Day Animated Explainer Video Showreel Reveals What Startups and SMEs Love About Their Companies

New Valentine's themed animated explainer video showreel shows how Breadnbeyond excels at helping companies transform ideas into action.

SURABAYA, Indonesia, Feb. 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Startups want to communicate the excitement and love that they have for their ideas, but often don't know how to fully demonstrate this passion.  This is why 600+ startups have turned to Breadnbeyond. This animated explainer video company knows what it takes to convey the identity and ideas of startups and SMEs (small and medium enterprises). Breadnbeyond doesn't just get it; they know how to get the message across in a visually rich and captivating manner.

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Breadnbeyond is already well known for its Valentine's Day video released last year.  "An Animated History of Valentine's Day" reached millions of people.  This was in no small part due to video's high profile placement on the wildly popular Mashable on February 11, 2013.  In addition to receiving millions of views, "An Animated History of Valentine's Day" also received 11,000+ shares.  Now, building on this tradition of breaking new ground on Valentine's Day, Breadnbeyond is releasing an all-new and innovative showreel video, which can be viewed at http://youtu.be/em01v3hIEgo.

The new showreel is centered on a very modern love story.  It follow the exploits of a love struck traveler who meets a girl at an airport and is trying to work up the courage to ask her out, but where to begin?  The love-struck traveler learns how to explain himself, why he is great and how to effectively communicate what is in his heart. This is exactly what Breadnbeyond has done for 600+ startups and SMEs. 

Breadnbeyond's animated explainer videos are short, fun, dynamic and convey all there is to love about each and every startup and SME. Company Founder and CEO Andre Oentoro stated, "Our new showreel is a love story perfect for Valentine's Day, and we feel that at the heart of any amazing love story is great communication.  If you want your customers to feel the love, then you need powerful communication tools like Breadnbeyond's animated explainer videos.  We always aim to be clever, charming and demand attention and to transform ideas into actions." 

About Breadnbeyond

Breadnbeyond specializes in creating short animated explainer videos averaging 60 to 90 seconds in length.  Explainer videos are well-known as exceptional lead conversion tools that are low-cost and produce exceptional results.  Companies of every size have worked with Breadnbeyond to produce 600+ animated explainer videos including PayPal, Designcrowd, Olark, The World Bank Group, Wiley, workETC and many others.  Learn more by visiting www.breadnbeyond.com.

CONTACT: Andre Oentoro, Email: [email protected]

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