The rise and rise of Enterprise Screen

19 January 2017

Fuelled by a childhood love of filmmaking and storytelling, as well as a desire to start a business, Jamie Smith founded Enterprise Screen in Glasgow in 2005. The business quickly became successful in the UK - but with a bold flight to the US, some help from Scottish Enterprise and a little bit of luck, Jamie jumped across the pond and Enterprise Screen has been on the up ever since.

A key deal with bottle manufacturer Owens-Illinois had Smith producing video content all over the world, including places like Peru, Argentina and Germany, as well as in the US. With Scottish Enterprise funding, Enterprise Screen was able to grow to become a global business, and since their move across the Atlantic, the business has expanded 33%, with Smith opening offices in Washington D.C. as well as launching a US facing website.

Smith says “Basically, anywhere you do business, we can provide professional video production solutions”

Source: www.scottish-enterprise.com

Fuelled by a childhood love of filmmaking and storytelling, as well as a desire to start a business, Jamie Smith founded Enterprise Screen in Glasgow in 2005. The business quickly became successful in the UK - but with a bold flight to the US, some help from Scottish Enterprise and a little bit of luck, Jamie jumped across the pond and Enterprise Screen has been on the up ever since.
A key deal with bottle manufacturer Owens-Illinois had Smith producing video content all over the world, including places like Peru, Argentina and Germany, as well as in the US. With Scottish Enterprise funding, Enterprise Screen was able to grow to become a global business, and since their move across the Atlantic, the business has expanded 33%, with Smith opening offices in Washington D.C. as well as launching a US facing website.
Smith says “Basically, anywhere you do business, we can provide professional video production solutions