Learn 4 Growth workshop - Build buzz for your business: Telling terrific tales.



Learn 4 Growth workshop

Thursday 26th November 2015, High Wycombe, evening

Build buzz for your business: Telling Terrific Tales

Master the proven story-telling framework used to delight millions of people by Pixar pictures to create a new and irresistible way of attracting customers to your business. Develop and tell a terrific tale about your business, help others to do so for their businesses, and observe and learn from others developing their delightful discourses. Working with small business people just like you, including in a group plenary that will maximize the sharing of participant learning, the story you craft on the night will enable you to attract an army of ardent advocates for your business.

If you agree with Seth Godin that the ability to tell great stories is a crucial skill for your business, this workshop is for you. To get the most out of it, you must know your key target customers, their greatest challenges and how you can help them. You will apply the workshop learning to your business during the evening in a supportive, sharing and stimulating environment.

The workshop will be led by published author on business transformation, Phil Walker, and is open to FSB members and non-members. Limited places available, book now http://bit.ly/BuildBizBuzz

This workshop is one in the series ‘Learn 4 Growth’ jointly developed and delivered by the FSB committees for East Berkshire and South Buckinghamshire & Aylesbury. In the ‘Learn 4 Growth’ series, you will not only experience experts demonstrating the methodologies, tools and frameworks they use, sharing their tips, you will also get to use the workshop learning to improve your business on the night with the help of experts and other business people like you. The initial ‘Learn 4 Growth’ workshops received positive feedback scores of over 92% from participants, including "Actually using the content rather than just taking notes is priceless"

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