Conversational storytelling for marketing: memorability, engagement, and messaging
February 7, 2018 at 9am PT / 12pm ET

Boring billboards, flashy ads, and canned elevator pitches are great for creating a retro aesthetic. But this isn’t 1980. You’re not rocking an extra-long suit jacket, and these days, people want stories, not gimmicks.

That’s why we’re excited to bring you our webinar on conversational storytelling for marketing. Join Prezi’s Regional Director of Marketing in Europe, Spencer Waldron, on February 7, 2018 at 9am PT / 12pm ET to learn the mechanics of developing stories that resonate beyond the boardroom and strike more meaningful chords with your audience.

You’ll learn:

  • What it means to build business narratives that mean something, and how the right stories can bring incredible value to prospects and customers
  • How to craft pitches, messaging, and mission statements that make people want to partner with your business and use your products
  • How to apply these techniques to your specific role
  • How to combine the concepts of dialogue and narrative to tell a story with, rather than to, your audience

Spencer will also provide engaging insights from his own experience running in-person storytelling workshops all over the world, where he helps business leaders develop narratives that drive real returns, expansion, and loyalty. The webinar starts at 9am PT / 12pm ET, so register today!

Featured Speaker

Spencer Waldron

Spencer Waldron is Regional Director of Marketing in Europe for Prezi, the dynamic presentation tool used by more than 85 million people around the world. Apart from helping to grow the Prezi business in Europe, Spencer regularly writes for European business publications about presentation skills, and has a wealth of experience of helping people create better presentations and be better visual communicators. He has nearly 20 years of marketing and business development experience. Before his role at Prezi, he was also a co-founder of a presentations agency where he successfully helped hundreds of business professionals improve their presentation content, design, and delivery. He was also the co-founder of a software start-up.