Welcome to the next instalment of our ‘Where in the World’ series.
Here, every two weeks we take a step back to reflect on where our Manifesto has been requested from and where we have sent it.
From our offices in Harolds Cross, Dublin our Manifesto has travelled the world. From Singapore, London, San Diego, Chicago and back to Ballinasloe in Galway. Our little red book is better travelled than most of us here in the office.
Over the past two weeks we’ve had countless requests for the Storyteller’s Manifesto. While the ‘Beast from the East’ did hamper some of our efforts to post out the manifesto, rest assured if you requested one in the past two weeks it is on its way!
Our Manifesto has been requested by:
- a nutritionist at a well-know Irish food brand.
- a marketing communications lead in San Diego.
- an account manager at a PR firm in Dublin
- and a construction marketing executive from Northern Ireland.
The Storyteller’s Manifesto is a simple guide to storytelling. It is full of tips and guidelines to help you begin your journey to discovering your brand’s story and how to tell it.
How to be creative, how to find your ‘Magic Slice’ and how to structure your story are just three lessons you can take away from the manifesto. There are many more lessons to be learned.
For those of you who have 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. Already received your copy? Send us a photo or share it on social media and tag us, we’d love to hear from you! You can tweet us at @allgoodtales or pop us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here are some of those who have already received their copies:
— Aoife (@aoifepascale) March 7, 2018
Boardroom all ready for tomorrow's meeting. Thanks to @mediamurray and @allgoodtales for copies of #TheStoryTellersManifesto. Great little read for anyone interested in how to get their message across. Get your copy here – https://t.co/y4XbjXrxNN pic.twitter.com/DnKDAAN3oe
— GS1 Ireland (@GS1Ireland) March 7, 2018