Storytelling is the best way to build a brand that stands for a specific social mission and a strong vision for social change. In this episode I talk briefly about why cohort programs of accelerators are the best platforms to aid social enterprises in this endeavour.
Biosense is a fully indigenous healthcare product company. In this short film I explore its social impact by interacting first hand with last mile women health workers and understanding the ground level outcomes enabled by Biosense.
In this episode I share 3 insights I have gained first hand as a storyteller and an external observer about social impact. These lessons maybe useful for almost everyone in the social impact sector.
Investors want to see beyond the numbers. They want to see the real story. In this talk I share the 3 Ps I believe every investor wants to see.
Entities in social impact sector generate and track huge amounts of data. Behind all this data are stories of change. In this talk I explain why these stories need to be told to the world and why storytelling these stories needs to go beyond business as usual marketing.
Social impact measurement is a survey-based data heavy exercise. Stories on the other hand induce dynamism, imagination and provocation and thus can be a powerful tool to supplement social impact measurement.
Most bootstrapped social startups and nonprofits struggle to make good quality field videos. In this talk I share 3 tips for them to make better videos.
Rural women from Purnia in Bihar have taken charge of their own destiny. They have come together to form a company that is co-owned and run by them and they are looking for more women to join them on this bandwagon.
Here I talk about the why social accelerators should use storytelling and the 4 types of stories they can tell to show that they are making an impact. Take a listen.
Shabana Biwi from Mahuadad in Jharkhand tells me about the positive changes in her social, personal and economic life after joining SoULS.