Salt Lake City (PRESS RELEASE – August 11, 2009) – BizVision has successfully completed its beta phase and launched BizVision.com, a site providing affordable online training videos for small businesses and individuals.
“BizVision.com allows small businesses and individuals globally to easily access training programs online from today’s most sought-after trainers,” said Rob Chipman, BizVision CEO. “One key feature is that each video is viewable for a very small fee, instead of the hundreds of dollars corporations normally pay per video.”
Fees average $5 per individual viewing. Options for online group viewings and DVD purchases are also available.
“Because the demand for online resources is increasing in today’s economy, we’ve categorized the widest range of educational, training and personal development videos into one convenient website,” Chipman said. “BizVision.com is the only site offering online content viewing for free or for a small fee.”
BizVision offers the largest business video library on the Internet, with videos added daily to its catalogue of several thousand videos divided into more than 90 categories.
“The most popular videos include sales, customer relations, entrepreneur/small business, time management/productivity, career development, executive management, finance, human resources, communications, project management and safety programs,” he said.
BizVision offers access to training experts, such as Dr. Stephen R. Covey, Dr. Tony Alessandra, Dianna Booher, Lewis Griggs, Bob Nelson and Catherine Crier.
“BizVision.com is the business world’s answer to YouTube,” Chipman said. “Online video viewing has certainly reached mainstream America.”
Chicago-based comScore confirmed in April that 78 percent of the U.S. population has used the Internet to watch or download videos. Boston research firm Strategy Analytics projects $3.8 billion will be spent in 2009 for online video content, exceeding revenue generated in ads for free video sites.
“From online coursework to training videos, online options are a smart solution to maximize training budgets,” he said. “Using BizVision.com to improve a person’s skills is now available 24/7 at a reasonable price, which makes these historically expensive training materials accessible to individuals and small businesses for the first time.”
Before making a purchase, users can preview videos, which are professionally produced. To learn more, visit www.BizVision.com.