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Networks

Our quality is not just in what we do, but in who we work with. The people and networks below help keep us inspired and supplied with a good quantity of work.

The Hub Amsterdam

The Hub Amsterdam is a networking and collaboration space for social businesses. It’s an inspiring place to work and brings us into contact with some startling innovation. The number of times a day someone walk in with a “How did they come up with that?” idea, keeps us sharp in the quality of service we provide.

The Collective

The Collective is an agency of freelance writers and art directors and are a pleasure to work with. They find us work with brilliant people, so we can do less sales and more consultation and writing. A gift, we think.

The Storytelling Company NV

Our metaphorical Godparents. The Storytelling company have been a great support as we started and call on us when they have a job that requires a steady dose of English.

The Mezrab

The Mezrab is Amsterdam’s best place to learn the art and craft of storytelling. It’s where as storytellers we cut our teeth and learn skills in communication, presentation and so forth that we can share with business.

 

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“I really enjoyed your final session! Within a few minutes I had shared my joy, sadness, doubts, and fears with a complete stranger and (without going over the top) made a few life affirmations. All this before I even knew his name or his organisation. Needless to say- it was one of my favourite endings […]

Stories

I spent a brilliant time with a group of corporate leaders in the Autumn. Having organised a pitching competition, they wanted a little storytelling help, so I came in to enjoy their company. Now I must tell you, this was a very analytic division of quite an analytic company.  Being much more at ease in the creative […]

What to expect at the Media Trust story training for non-profits on 4 December – to which you can sign up here. It’s rare now to see non-profit organisations talking only about themselves. Instead they are becoming very good at telling the stories of other people: the ones that speak for themselves about the good […]