" Team360 are a great company to work with, friendly and professional and as soon as we start discussing the projects, Paul puts me at ease. Despite various factors changing mid-project, nothing was too much trouble and the finished videos are always delivered on time and to a great standard. We'll certainly be using them again in the future."
Pearson BTEC, Brand and Reputation
“Having seen thousands of commercial ads I was happily surprised by the glossiness of Team360’s latest advert for a local Woking company, ACS Surrey. It beats lots of others from large consumer corporates, without naming names! And it got the message over with clarity as well as quality!”
Chief Projectionist, Ambassadors
"I cannot thank you enough for making it such an easy and also enjoyable process. You are an absolute delight to work with and if at any point I have had a question or concern, you have been so quick to react and rectify any issues. Not to mention your on-going support with encouraging me to monitor the website traffic and make updates to the site. I would recommend you without hesitation to anyone looking for a new website."
Park House Kitchens
"They went beyond the brief and captured the essence of the united team and the message we needed to convey to all staff across two businesses, in two locations. I would highly recommend Team360 for any video production project – they are simply fantastic!”
"Looks great!! Will share with the team. Can't wait to get it all out there!"
Surrey Chambers of Commerce
"Team360 has expertly created a series of training and sales videos that have exceeded the aims of our original brief. Their professional guidance and knowledge has been invaluable and we are already looking forward to working on our next project with them."
“Following the launch of our BTEC campaign earlier this year, we wanted to use our Unilever apprentices video interviews for a key Work Based Learning event, Education to Employment. Team360 delivered exactly what we wanted. Thanks guys!”
Pearson - Apprenticeships & Work-based learning