We do not usually consider our firm story as “legendary,” however perhaps it is time to change that. By fascinated with the legend of our firm, and by taking a look at our group from a long-term perspective, we will humanize our tales, construct model consciousness, and actually join with our viewers.
In at this time’s episode, I am joined by Bonnie Rothman and Judy Kalvin from Firm B, who share how manufacturers can reframe their tales to be round individuals, as a substitute of merchandise and options. This is not only a nice-to-have thought, it is virtually a requirement, particularly in 2020. The occasions demand it.
We discuss concerning the energy of an excellent story and the way manufacturers are getting away from conventional public relations strategies and are, as a substitute, placing individuals on the middle of their PR efforts.
Whether or not by specializing in an inspiring founder’s story, demonstrating that firm management is confronted with the very same issues as the shoppers they serve, or bringing worker tales to the forefront… placing individuals on the entrance of your messaging helps construct connections.
We take inspiration from three corporations that stand out in how they’ve made their founders’ tales legendary: Spanx, Warby Parker, Deschutes Brewery.
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