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HyLo Labs makes viral videos for businesses

The company created a video for chocolate shop Cocoagraphs that got more than 37,000 views and landed on Mashable, Bon Appetit and Gizmodo.

The Hylo Labs team, from left to right: creative director Lendl Tellington, founder/CEO Jennifer Green and business partner Tina DeVita. Photo by Michael Bryant for the Philadelphia Inquirer.

HyLo Labs wants to help you go viral.

The company, which creates marketing videos for brands, created a video for custom chocolate shop Cocoagraph that got more than 37,000 views and landed on Mashable, Bon Appetit and Gizmodo. That summer, Cocoagraph’s site crashed from too many orders, the Philadelphia Inquirer reported. Watch the video below.

HyLo Labs is a spinoff of Old City-based local fashion marketing company HyLo Boutiques. Read the whole Inquirer story here.

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