*VIRTUAL* On the Menu: The 5 Rules of Storytelling
On the Menu is going virtual!
Storytelling has become a popular buzzword for marketers and business owners alike. But, what does storytelling mean for business and how exactly does it work? How can you and your business be successful storytellers and how do you measure that success? And most importantly, what kind of story are you even telling?
At this installment of On the Menu, Chris Thiede, an independent content strategist, writer, and host of The Storytelling Companion podcast, will guide us through 5 key rules to follow when taking on the role of your organization’s storyteller. You will learn how to not only connect with your audience on a new level, but to be unforgettable.
Like many of you, we are keeping an eye on the recommendations from the Governor and the CDC regarding gathering sand social distancing. For now, we will plan to host this event virtually. If we get some positive news over the next few weeks, we will regroup and put a plan in place to host a safe and successful in person session at Frontier RTP. We will keep all attendees updated with information via email.
11:30am | Virtual “Waiting Room” opens
12:00pm | Event begins
12:50pm | Q&A
1:00pm | Go on back to work!
What’s On The Menu?
At Frontier RTP, we are constantly growing, and hope you will come along for the ride with us! We developed On the Menu as a way of helping you and your business grow to the next level.
Each month, we’ll offer a lunchtime workshop on a special topic related to small businesses or startups. On the Menu will be taught by a diverse group of experts from around the Triangle (some of whom started their business here at Frontier RTP!) in a small group setting.
Our hope is that these workshops will not only be rich in content, but spark dialogue, start relationships, and make your lunch break meaningful. Unfortunately due to Covid-19, we are unable to host this in person and provide you a lunch from a local restaurant or catering company. Since these events happen during lunch hour, feel free to munch while the speaker is talking; microphones will be off.