Yellow Pages marries YouTube!
That’s how Conor Ibrahiem encapsulates what his unusual business does.
Bradvertise is a social enterprise which produces internet commercials to promote local businesses and organisations, with a promise to assign a percentage of the profits to benefiting the people of district.
Conor Ibrahiem, managing director, said: “We're here to help. A bespoke commercial will add a new dimension to your current web content and help build up a rapport with your customer.”
“I am passionate about issues surrounding people’s physical and mental health, so I want to do something about it. One way is by producing promotional films on topics such as domestic violence and posting them on YouTube. We will then make our films available to relevant agencies who can share them with their clients.”
Once the company has built up its financial reserves Conor promises to assign a percentage of his profits to social causes.
Conor said: “I am in discussion with the Citizens’ Advice Bureau to find ways of helping people on the fringes of being helped. Maybe we can put money towards their legal fees, for example.
“I’d also like to boost the image of the district with quick fixes such as repairing local eyesores and I’ll be discussing this with the Council.”
It’s clear that Conor believes in responsible advertising, and if it doesn't benefit the public, he won't endorse it.
Bradvertise is based in Central Hall, Alice Street, telephone 07530 308 718 or visit http://bradvertise.co.uk/