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Take Your Story to [Corporate] Market

SO, you’ve told your stories at The Moth and won as the audience favorite; you’ve fibbed at The Liar Show, and ate ice cream cake at Yum’s the Word. You’ve shared your secrets with the world on the RISK! Podcast. You’ve hit the storytelling circuit at Story Collider, WORD, and Word Up. You’ve taken a half-dozen storytelling workshops, performed your own solo-show at Fringe Festivals, theaters, and festivals. And even taught your own storytelling workshops. So, what’s the next step?

Take your story to the corporate market, that’s what.

In this six-hour interactive workshop, you’ll learn the skills needed to take your current stories to the corporate market---how to develop and find corporate meetings, trade associations and industry conferences that need you to be their keynote speaker, provide a Ted talk type of program, or be an inspirational at a company meeting.

Be inspirational, informational, and entertaining all at the same time.

Develop and create your own market niche for your stories.

Learn to research your market niche and market to the decision-makers through social media.

Find a corporate sponsor to sponsor your story.

Copyright your story and trademark your brand.

Leave the workshop with a pragmatic professional plan.

About Joey Novick:
Joey has been a stand-up comedian for more than 25 years, and storyteller since 2008. He has written two solo-shows and performed at several Fringe Festivals including Capital Fringe (DC), Philadelphia Fringe Festival, and the Jersey Fringe Festival.

He has found two market niches that work very well for the stories he tells: lawyers and politicians & government organizations. Since 2000, he has provided workshops and keynote programs for Bar Associations, Law Firm retreats, state league of municipalities, National League of Cities.

Workshop Details:
Simple Studios
Saturday, October 26th
10am to 5pm, with a one-hour lunch break.
Cost: $175

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Contact Joey Novick for further details:

Earlier Event: October 20
A Jury of Her Peers/Sometimes I Sing