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Welcome to Joyco

Creating What the Imagination Envisions

Creating What the Imagination Envisions®

Hi, welcome to Joyco Productions. We love to help companies like yours solve their communication problems. So what are you trying to do?

Do you need to inspire 10,000 employees? Are you tired of explaining your services over and over? Maybe you have a new product to launch or you need to connect with your customers on a personal level.

If yes, then you’re in the right place.

Thomas Edison once said, “Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work.” While your opportunity may look like work to you, to us your opportunity means creative problem-solving.

You don’t need to worry about what it takes to produce an effective video. You have enough on your plate as it is. Rest assured, we’ve got this!

It all starts with an easy-going environment. We know how important it is to stay relaxed which keeps the creative juices flowing. Just ask our friends at Boston Market.

We’ll brainstorm with you, we’ll actually listen to you and together we’ll work to create engaging, informative content that powerfully appeals to your audience, like our animations for Towers Watson.

So scroll down. Keep exploring. Then give us a call to talk about your opportunity.

P.S. Make sure you stop by our blog to learn more about video marketing including tips, action items, and new ideas.

 

Awards Won


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We have our own collection that you'll see in our office when you stop by, including awards for production and graphics and animation.

Employee Experience


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Yes, that's in years. We have been around the block a few times so rest easy and enjoy your creative spectacle.

Joyco's Age


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We started back in '87 (before some of us were even born!) and have been growing and adapting ever since. 

What Do You Stand For?

PEOPLE SUPPORT BELIEFS

When we look around the world we see cause after cause after cause. Viral videos about Kony and ALS and from brands like Dove saturate the Internet. Aspiring models want world peace. Why? Because, while someone might buy from you once or twice, people support beliefs.

What do you mean? Well, let me explain.

Have you ever seen anyone write their congressman about how great their new iPhone is? Have you ever seen anyone willingly donate ten times the value of Honey Nut Cheerios cereal because they love the taste so much? And I'm guessing that despite your best efforts your website video explaining what your business does hasn't gone viral.

Yet as I mentioned earlier, Dove's videos go viral almost every time because they are preaching their cause: to teach women that they are naturally beautiful. That is something that people can get behind. It deeply resonates inside of people all over the globe. That message changes who someone is, not just his or her behavior.

"YEAH, BUT WHY?"

So, we know that a business should not be limited to merely offering products or services. Aside from giving its customers or clients something useful to their personal lives or their own companies, businesses should aim to make a bigger impact that drives it to continue its work, develop as a company, and look forward to its future.

A Mission Statement should answer the question why you exist, yet most of what companies come up with answers the question, "what do we do?" At Joyco, we kept saying things like "Our mission is to bring great stories to life." That's great, but why do we do that? Why do we want and love to bring stories to life?

Back in 2013 Apple was hammered for their apparent and severely lacking mission statement. Here is what the company put forward:

Apple designs Macs, the best personal computers in the world, along with OS X, iLife, iWork and professional software. Apple leads the digital music revolution with its iPods and iTunes online store. Apple has reinvented the mobile phone with its revolutionary iPhone and App Store, and is defining the future of mobile media and computing devices with iPad.

This isn't a mission statement. This is a product list. This explains what they do, not why they do it. The key to figuring out your mission statement is to ask the question "Why" about six times. Only then do you start to get pretty close.

After about 2 hours of poking and prodding and continuously asking "Yeah, but why?" we came up with this:

Our mission is to transform lives by connecting people through messages and storytelling that build faith and trust.

Is it perfect? Probably not, but we determined that our overarching goal for Joyco MultiMedia is to change people for the better by helping them to make real and lasting connections with others.

I have talked about the importance of connections before and I will again. Having connections changes your entire world and that is what we want to do.

Oh and "to be the best" is such a lame excuse for a mission statement. It's uninspiring and in no way creative.

DREAM AWAY, DREAMER

Vision statements are not necessarily as deep as a mission statement might be, but is still important. The purpose is for everyone in your business to know where the company is heading and for what it is striving.

In your vision statement you have the incredible opportunity to dream. You get to imagine what the future will be like and how you will have an impact on it!

However, the key to your vision statement is to actually work to achieve your vision.

Here is what we want to achieve at Joyco:

Our vision is to redefine the creative process that will set new standards for telling stories and messages that passionately inspire, profoundly transform, and permanently connect people.

This is a pretty lofty goal, but an exciting one nonetheless. Our vision statement focuses on the creative process. Since we are a multimedia company, the creative process is central to everything we do and impacts A LOT of people.

We honestly don't know what the creative process is going to look like in 3 years, 5 years, or even 10 years especially since it is always evolving, but we know that we want to be at the forefront setting the creative standards.

Where do you want your company in 5 years? What breakthrough do you want to achieve? What level of influence do you desire?

Make sure that both your Mission and Vision statements are specific. Be specific in order to hold yourself accountable. And let the your company's personality shine through!

By: Joyco Productions

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The Team

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Bob Coffin

CEO and President

Bob is the big dog. Now there are two things he really enjoys: the theatre and our equipment. He would be the first (and probably only one) in line to see a play about an audio engineer and his misfit mixer.

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Tom Hofmeister

Creative Director/Editor

Tom has been at Joyco for about 15 years as a creative director. If you need something cool, Tom's your guy. And as the father of two he makes for a great babysitter! (But you didn't hear that from me.)

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Mark Flick

Director of Photography

Mark is a tough one to explain in a sentence or two. Let's try: expert camera tech, goofy, helpful, eats anything (even when he shouldn't), straight-forward, super friendly, genuine.

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Andrew Gabbert

Marketing Communications Assistant

As the youngest team member, Andrew's a production assistant, marketer, and web developer all in one. If only we could get him to quit listening to that racket he calls music.

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Julie Peterson

Office Manager

Our resident Broncos expert, Julie keeps all of the company stuff straight. With a young one and another on the way she's as fierce as ever and holds us accountable to ourselves. 

The Face of Leadership - video production Denver, CO

Bob Coffin

CEO and President

Bob is the big dog. Now there are two things he really enjoys: the theatre and our equipment. He would be the first (and probably only one) in line to see a play about an audio engineer and his misfit mixer.

Master Editor/Animator Denver, CO

Tom Hofmeister

Creative Director/Editor

Tom has been at Joyco for about 15 years as a creative director. If you need something cool, Tom's your guy. And as the father of two he makes for a great babysitter! (But you didn't hear that from me.)

excellent camera skills Denver, CO

Mark Flick

Director of Photography

Mark is a tough one to explain in a sentence or two. Let's try: expert camera tech, goofy, helpful, eats anything (even when he shouldn't), straight-forward, super friendly, genuine.

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Andrew Gabbert

Business Development

As the youngest team member, Andrew's a production assistant, marketer, and web developer all in one. If only we could get him to quit listening to that racket he calls music.

Organized video production, Denver, Colorado

Julie Peterson

Office Manager

Our resident Broncos expert, Julie keeps all of the company stuff straight. With a young one and another on the way she's as fierce as ever and holds us accountable to ourselves. 

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Joyco Productions
8795 Ralston Road
Suite #113
Arvada, CO 80004, USA

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