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EPISODE

Why Businesses Profit from Telling their Brand Story

WITH Matt Dibble of Final5

Overview

Every business has a story to tell. A lot of businesses begin with, “We were founded in (insert year) by our founder (insert name) and we make (insert widget). #boring.

Today’s marketplace is much more competitive than it has ever has been – and one thing that can help set businesses apart is by diving deeper into what it means to tell your business’s story.

Matt Dibble from Final5 is our guest in this episode and he helps us understand his passion for helping organizations find and share their great stories in order to create community, build trust, and propel change.

Businesses should tell their story in compelling ways that engage their audience – authentically and consistently.

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Every business has a story to tell. A lot of businesses begin with, “We were founded in (insert year) by our founder (insert name) and we make (insert widget). #boring.

Today’s marketplace is much more competitive than it has ever has been – and one thing that can help set businesses apart is by diving deeper into what it means to tell your business’s story.

Matt Dibble from Final5 is our guest in this episode and he helps us understand his passion for helping organizations find and share their great stories in order to create community, build trust, and propel change.

Businesses should tell their story in compelling ways that engage their audience – authentically and consistently.

In this Episode

  • The importance of creating meaningful conversations with people that buy your product.. and don’t.
  • How businesses can benefit from telling their story
  • Embrace the size of your company – big or small – and tell real stories from within
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Host

Ryan Koral

Ryan Koral is an entrepreneur, producer and business strategist from Tell, a video production agency with a big heart for authentic stories that build brands and inspire action. He’s a husband (for like 13+ years), has 3 kiddos, and has an annoying – but infectious – laugh.

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