Storytelling for Business: A practical guide

Friday 5th July 2024
10:00 am
Virtual Workshop
Storytelling for Business

‘Storytelling for Business: A practical guide to embracing the power of stories’ is a virtual workshop, hosted by Thrive, on Friday, 5 July from 10am until 12pm on Zoom, made possible with support from Enjoolata Foundation.

We all know how powerful storytelling can be for growing our brand.

But, if storytelling doesn’t come naturally to you, you may feel frustrated at times, and unclear on how you can craft engaging stories which actually resonate with your audience.

In this practical and actionable workshop, Felice Ayling, Founder of Loud Women, will ignite the storyteller within you, and enable you to:

  • Understand the power of storytelling and its role in growing a strong brand.
  • Delve into the types of stories you can tell in your business and when to tell them.
  • Work through 7 practical story frameworks with real world examples that you can use again and again.
  • Workshop your own brand origin story using her Story Writing Framework.

*Exclusive offer*

All workshop attendees will be given free access to Felice’s Storytelling Master Class (worth £97)!

Who will deliver this workshop?

This workshop will be delivered by Felice Ayling – a Content and Confidence Coach based in Worthing. Felice has been a marketer for over 20 years, working with some household brands and left her corporate career 2 years ago to start her own business, Loud Women.

She now brings all of her experience to support female founders to stand out clearly with their message and show up confidently in their content.

Her mission is to help women to take up the space they rightly deserve and grow a business that’s perfectly them.

Why women only? Who is hosting this workshop?
This workshop is open to anyone who identifies as being a woman or a non-binary person.

This workshop is hosted by Thrive – an impact-led business on a mission to enable female founders, creatives and changemakers gain the knowledge, clarity and community they need to grow a resilient, small business.

Clare Griffiths, the Founder of Thrive, wants to address the gender imbalance in the small business world. In the UK, in 2021, only 21% of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) with no employees were led by women (Business Statistics, House of Commons Library 2021).

How do I get a ticket?
Tickets are free, thanks to the generous support of Enjoolata Foundation.

Booking is essential. The Zoom link to attend the event will be shared with everyone who registers for a ticket via Eventbrite. This session will not be recorded.