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The Art of Storytelling Second Act
June 15, 2016 @ 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Did you miss our first Storytelling workshop? With so much demand we’re back at it again…. join us for a second Art of Storytelling class and prepare your brand for success.
It’s one thing to tell someone about what you do and who you are. But why should they really care? The Art of Storytelling is a workshop focused on the real world business application of storytelling. During this workshop you will learn the vital components of creating a compelling narrative and presenting your brand in a way that motivates and inspires people to take action.
Please RSVP to get a spot and join us! This filled up quickly during our last class so we cannot save you a spot without a ticket purchased in advance: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-art-of-storytelling-second-act-tickets-25092435149
About our Speaker – Eric Thomas, Senior Partner Saga MKTG
Eric Thomas is a 28 year old entrepreneur, and Senior Partner at the Detroit-based Saga MKTG. During his nearly decade long career he has worked with 100’s of businesses and organizations to help them develop their brands and find their voice. From storied organizations like the 75 year old Greater Detroit Area Health Council to national imprints such as UAW- Ford, he’s leveraged his expertise a to give life to previously uninspired campaigns. While seeking broader opportunities to help businesses understand storytelling, his blog on LinkedIn as experienced tremendous success. In under a year his writing has been viewed over 1.5 million times and been republished across the globe.
Witty and deeply practical creative insights give his writing and speaking a unique flair. As a self taught designer and native Detroiter, Eric finds himself looking to inspire others to focus on their goals, seize opportunities, and tell their own epic stories.
This event will be held at Bamboo Detroit, a co-work space in Downtown Detroit at 1442 Brush street Suite 200. Parking is available on the street and nearby at the Opera House, Z Garage, or Greektown.