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Sherpa Digital Media Launches “Jumpstart Program” to Meet Digital Media Production and Delivery Needs of Startups and Growing Companies

Sherpa Digital Media, a leading provider of digital media solutions, infrastructure services and media intelligence tools, today launched the Jumpstart Program. From concept to creation, Sherpa Digital Media now offers an affordable way for companies that are new to creating digital media to leverage video to boost their online presence and profitability.

The Jumpstart Program is a full-service digital media and video production package designed to give emerging companies a strong online and video presence as they embrace the challenges of launching and growing a new company.

“Sherpa Digital Media can now leverage the years of experience that we’ve garnered producing high-end video for Fortune 500 clients and match the needs and budgets of early-stage companies,” said co-CEO of Sherpa Digital Media, K.C. Watson. “Equally as valuable, the Jumpstart Program allows startups and fast-growth companies to leverage our targeted delivery and analytics solutions that were once reserved for our large enterprise customers.”

As part of the Jumpstart Program package, the video content produced can range from product demonstrations to educational videos. Learn more about the Jumpstart Program here: http://www.sherpadigitalmedia.com/jumpstart/

“The launch of The Jumpstart Program represents an exciting new wave of growth for Sherpa Digital Media. Digital video has become an essential marketing tool, and we’re helping startups and young companies recognize and embrace new digital media opportunities,“ said Ben Chodor, co-CEO of Sherpa Digital Media. “We believe digital media had gone from a nice-to-have tool to a must-have tool for brands and Sherpa Digital Media is here to help create and syndicate your content,” Ben added.

Sherpa Digital Media, headquartered in Redwood City, California, has offices in the heart of Silicon Valley in California and Silicon Alley in New York City, which opened in March 2014, positioning the company to work closely with customers in this unique landscape.

About Sherpa Digital Media

Sherpa Digital Media sits at the intersection of infrastructure, data security and media analytics. The company was founded in July 2011 by enterprise media solution veterans K.C. Watson and Mark Strathdee to help global companies navigate and succeed in the complex new world of video-based communications. Since that time, Sherpa has evolved to provide digital media solutions, infrastructure services, and media intelligence tools to global organizations like Apple, Hitachi, JPMorgan Chase and Stanford School of Medicine. Sherpa is an independent, privately held company headquartered in Redwood City, California, and with offices in New York City. Major investors include Robert Spass, Founder and Managing Partner of New York-based Capital Z Partners, Timothy McCarthy, former president of Charles Schwab & Company, and Ben Chodor, former founder and CEO of Stream57 (sold to Intercall/West in 2009). For more information visit: www.sherpadigitalmedia.com.

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