Storytelling like any of the strategic initiatives that you undertake for your impact organization requires well thought planning and execution. In this episode I’ll talk about the 5 steps you need to take to get started on a storytelling exercise in your organization.
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Every story has a target channel of communication where the probability of finding the target audience is the highest. As an entrepreneur or a marketer, if you often wonder where to tell stories of your impact work then here are some of the most effective and commonly available channels.
Bootstrapped startups may not have the resources or skills to produce broadcast quality videos. However by adhering to the 3 tips mentioned here, they can surely take effective steps in that direction.
As with any project that your organization undertakes, embarking on a storytelling exercise needs you to prepare in advance to be more effective and to focus on specific outcomes. Here we have compiled a quick list of things you need to do to make a sound start.
Nonfiction impact filmmakers have an important role to play in bringing the work of social entrepreneurs in public consciousness. They need institutional support to do this and philanthropy organizations are best poised to extend that support.
Storytelling is an art. Telling a brand’s story needs every entrepreneur and marketer to understand these 5 basics that stories are made of.
Films tug at the viewers’ hearts evoking empathy. Discussing 4 critically acclaimed social impact films that have brought the deepest dark corners of society to light.