Ignite Impact Masterclass – Storytelling and Pitching

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Event:
Ignite Impact Masterclass – Storytelling and Pitching
Start:
October 18 @ 9:30 am
End:
October 18 @ 12:30 pm
Organizer:
Spark Festival
Updated:
October 3, 2017

Want to learn how to tell a compelling story to inspire and ignite impact?

Telling your story with passion is one of the most powerful and authentic ways to inspire and grow the audience of your organisation, build new partnerships, convince investors, run a successful crowdfunding campaign, or leverage the power of the internet.

Master storytellers Tom Dawkins, Founder & CEO of StartSomeGood, and Rob Irving, experienced Pitch Coach at The Funding Network, will take you through how to plan, structure, and present your stories and pitches to really engage your audience and leave them inspired and ready to act!

Join this Masterclass to learn how to best tell your story and pitch it to maximise your outreach, impact and strike rate.

This dynamic workshop will include

  • Exploring the art and science of storytelling and pitching
  • Planning and mapping to maximise impact
  • Engaging your audience
  • Weaving your storytelling into a winning pitch
  • Practice makes perfect! Get to practice and learn from your peers

Storytelling and Pitching is presented by Social Impact Hub, a Sydney-based social enterprise that helps social entrepreneurs, foundations and not-for-profits design, deliver, drive and demonstrate social impact.

This masterclass is part of Spark Festival.

For more information and to register visit the website.

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