Welcome to the first instalment of our ‘Where in the world’ series in 2018.
What a start to the year it has been. Over the past two weeks, and over Christmas, we were inundated with requests for our Storyteller’s Manifesto. We took a small break from sending out copies over Christmas but now we’re back in action!
Over the past two weeks, we had over 100 requests for our Storyteller’s Manifesto through our website.
Requests have come from:
a community manager from Gent, Belgium.
a marketing manager from Nottingham, UK.
a communication coach from Setubal, Portugal.
a company Director from Florida, USA.
the chief technology officer at one of Ireland’s largest distilleries.
Here is an update of just some of the destinations it has already reached:
Storytelling is one of the oldest traditions in the world and we are thrilled to thoughts and theories and our storytelling structure to the conversation.
Our manifesto is there to provide you with the start you need to tell your brands story. It provides you with tools you need and asks you all the right questions to get your creative juices flowing.
Here at All Good Tales we want to help you build on that. We want to help you implement the lessons you’ve learned in our manifesto and make them a reality. We’re passionate about stories and believe the best ones succeed.
If you still have not requested a copy, click here to request one and you’ll soon have your hands on your very own Storyteller’s Manifesto.
We love hearing about how far our manifesto has travelled. If you have already received your copy send us a photo or share it on social media and tag us, we’d love to hear from you!
Here are some of those who have already received their copies:
— Aoife (@aoifepascale) December 19, 2017
Get this from Jack if you’re interested in creating compelling stories about your business / brand.
That’s communication. pic.twitter.com/lo0eaFcO8p
— Mark Breen (@mark_breen) December 12, 2017
Only seeing the flipside of this now @mediamurray.
Nice one. pic.twitter.com/eYqBSqj0Yf
— Mark Breen (@mark_breen) January 8, 2018