Creating a story: hard to imagine, until you can see it

Storytelling, creative development, copywriting, name it – a buzzword of today’s business (not just marketing & communication). Do you feel lost because your product, service, or work you do doesn’t have a story to tell? Just google it!

Published by Vesna

Hey, I am Vesna. Marketing, events, digital campaigns have been driving my days for the last 15 years. The last 10 year I am a freelancer working on a wide-range of marketing, communication and digital campaigns in field of sports, social responsibility, environmental affairs and nature preservancy. I am a certified mountain bike guide (Cycling Association of Slovenia) and certified facilitator (The Slovenian Association of facilitators). Big part of my life is dedicated to explore nature with my best friend Ben, an irish setter who loves mountain biking more than cheese and the finest chunk of meat!

2 thoughts on “Creating a story: hard to imagine, until you can see it

  1. Branding is the story,ultimate one and marketing is smaller chapter stories that lead back to the brand. I work on my art and the best branding or storytelling is why an artist creates. That is always intriguing to me.

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