Two more 'Storytelling in Marketing' workshops: April 15th and 22nd
I feel like the luckiest person alive. The Cumbria Growth Hub has asked me to run my Storytelling in Marketing workshops twice more during April. Of all the workshops I do, this one is my absolute favourite.
15th April | Haig Pit, Whitehaven | 10am - 4pm
If you've not been to the newly revamped Haig Pit, you're in for a treat. It's right on the coast with magnificent views over the sea. The old mine is now a fantastic museum, visitor centre and conference venue.
22nd April | Clawthrop Hall, Burton in Kendal | 10am-4pm
If you're based in the South of the County, this is an ideal location for you.
You can get the details here.
Here's the blurb...
Use the power of storytelling to communicate your messages.
Business Storytelling will transform your business marketing and communications forever. 65% of the time we are speaking informally, we're talking about who did what, to whom. Regardless of your age, culture, or nationality, we're all primed from childhood to be receptive to stories.
Good stories have the power to change, influence and persuade.
Done well, they can revolutionise your business communications. It's so insanely simple, you'll wonder why you've never done it before.
With plenty of examples, this is a practical workshop, so bring pads, paper (or your laptop), and have a go at shaping some stories for your business.
To book your place(s) on this half day workshop please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0845 226 0040.
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