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Understand how Hightail can help your business be more effective and watch videos to see our product in action.

  • Laat uw ideeën de vrije loop.

    Video

    Watch this short video to see how the all-new Hightail is changing the way people collaborate.

  • Hightail feature demo

    Video

    Watch this short demo of Hightail's new features, including inline commenting, visual versions, approvals and more.

  • What is creative collaboration?

    PDF

    Creative collaboration happens when marketers, designers and other creators work with managers, clients and partners to take projects from concept to completion, via multiple rounds of feedback and iteration.

  • What is Hightail?

    PDF

    Hightail is a creative collaboration solution designed to help professionals take projects from concept to completion. It provides a centralized place for teams to share files, exchange feedback and develop ideas.

Webinars

See how real customers, from creative agencies to internal marketing departments, use Hightail to improve collaboration among their teams.

  • How to Create More with Less
  • Best Practices to get Teams Moving Faster
  • Hightail Product Demo Webinar

    Hightail Product Demo Webinar

    In this video Mike Trigg, COO of Hightail, shares a product demo of Hightail's innovative creative review and approval features.

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  • Solving the problem of creative collaboration

    Solving the problem of creative collaboration

    Join this webinar with Hightail CEO Ranjith Kumaran, who will take you through the new Hightail experience and features designed to remove the bottlenecks in your creative process.

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  • The Hidden Costs of a Broken Creative Process: Stop Wasting Your Time and Money

    The Hidden Costs of a Broken Creative Process: Stop Wasting Your Time and Money

    Have you ever stopped to consider how much time and money is wasted by a broken creative process? Find out ways to get teams aligned to make your creative collaboration as efficient as your well-negotiated media plan.

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  • Breaking the bottleneck: 5 ways to improve collaborative creative work

    Breaking the bottleneck: 5 ways to improve collaborative creative work

    From communication breakdowns to approval bottlenecks, the agency/client relationship can complicate the already-delicate creative process. breaks down the most common causes of miscommunication and provide solutions for collaborating better and faster with your network of clients, agencies and freelancers.

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  • The power of creative in content marketing

    The power of creative in content marketing

    Has your business lost sight of the power of creative to your content marketing success? Here's why you shouldn't overlook the power of the creative when there are even more opportunities for you to deliver the right message to the right customer than ever before.

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  • Is a Creative Bottleneck Killing Your Content Marketing Plan?

    Is a Creative Bottleneck Killing Your Content Marketing Plan?

    Even the best content marketing strategy can be useless without creative. But too often the process of generating creative across all your content marketing channels is overlooked.

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  • 5 best practices for better creative

    5 best practices for better creative

    In this video Mike Trigg, COO of Hightail, shares practical collaboration advice on delivering campaigns with real impact and how Hightail will help teams with feedback, edits, rounds, reviews and approvals.

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  • Is your brand-agency relationship complicated preview?

    Is your brand-agency relationship complicated?

    In this webinar Mike Trigg, COO of Hightail, shares 5 ways successful clients and agencies work together, providing practical insights to help you create the brand-agency relationship of your dreams.

  • How Global Brands Keep Their Creative Edge preview

    How global brands keep their creative edge

    In this webinar, Mike Trigg, COO of Hightail, and Kevin McEvilly, Director of Marketing & Communication Technology at PVH, offer tips that turn technology into an enabler, rather than impediment, of the creative process.

  • It Takes Two To Tango preview

    It Takes Two to Tango: 5 Tips for a Successful Client/Agency Relationship

    In this webinar Mike Trigg explores common missteps, both on the agency side and client side that can get things off on the wrong foot. He then outlines 5 tips on how to ensure a successful client/agency relationship.

Infographics

See how real customers, from creative agencies to internal marketing departments, use Hightail to improve collaboration among their teams.

  • The importance of visual content

    According to the new Content Marketing Institute (CMI) report, content marketing is increasingly valuable and most marketers plan to boost production in 2017. Yet creating engaging content remains one the biggest challenges marketing organizations face. This infographic explains why you need to pay more attention to visual assets.

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  • From concept to completion

    Taking a creative idea from concept to completion is never a straightforward journey. This infographic shows just how messy creative collaboration can be and how Hightail simplifies the process.

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Insights and tips

Discover a range of eBooks offering productivity tips, advice for business leaders and analysis on the world of tech and beyond.

Customer stories

See how Hightail brings teams together, increases productivity and powers collaboration for entire companies.

  • Saint West case study PDF

    Video Production

    San Diego-based production company that has created videos for brands like Ubisoft, Sony and Facebook.

  • Social Envi case study PDF

    Marketing

    Los Angeles-based social media marketing firm creating results-driven customer engagement for small-to-medium businesses.

  • HistoryNet case study PDF

    Publishing

    Virginia-based publisher of nine history themed magazines and the HistoryNet.com website.

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