Join the Storytelling for Businesses workshop in New York City!

Join the Storytelling for Businesses workshop in New York City!

Storytelling is one of the best ways to build relationships because stories move us and help us relate to people and brands better.

Whether it’s building your brand biography, marketing your products or making an impression at professional networking events, storytelling is a powerful tool that can help you differentiate yourself and your business from the crowd.

To help you master the skill of storytelling, we’re organizing a practical three-hour workshop dubbed ‘Storytelling for Businesses: How to Wow Your Crowd!‘ on November 17, the day before TNW Conference USA in New York City.

The workshop will be guided by actor Kevin Allison, known for his inspiring coaching and hilarious storytelling. You might recognize Kevin from his writing and acting work on legendary sketch comedy series like The State on MTV, Stella, Reno 911! and Flight of the Conchords.

Kevin is also the founder of RISK!, the award-winning live show and audio podcast where people tell true stories they never thought they’d dare to share.

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During the Storytelling workshop, you’ll learn to build an emotionally resonant arc for your brand biographies and your personal anecdotes for professional networking. We’ll teach you key tactics for introducing a captivating quality into every sentence you speak or write.

After the workshop, you’ll be equipped with the ability to tell compelling stories and bring dry facts and figures to life. Learn more here.

Interested? There are less than 50 seats available, so make sure to grab your spot while you can!

Get your tickets here

TNW Academy will also be hosting another workshop on November 17, a growth hacking masterclass called ‘Growth MBA in a Day’, where expert Samir Patel teaches you to architect your Growth Engine in a scalable, repeatable and predictable way. Learn more here.

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