Solutions for companies

Our attention has always been an important currency. In the digital age, that currency is especially valuable. We have more data, more information, but our ability to process it hasn’t changed in 50,000 years. Whether it’s sharpening the customer approach, adapting the brand, making visions effective, providing insights, changing behaviour: Data can inspire our stories – in what we tell, who we tell it to and how we tell it.

Three approaches to help you communicate credibly and effectively with data.



Discover the potential of storytelling with data and learn about key approaches and methodologies.

  • Keynotes / keynote speeches: Inspiring presentations that convey the relevance of storytelling with data and encourage people to dig deeper.
  • Open workshops: Provide deep insights into the principles of storytelling with data and offer space for exchange and networking.
  • In-house workshops: Individual workshops, tailored to your needs, provide practical skills in dealing with data, AI and their narrative processing.


Deepen your storytelling skills and gain new insights from data.

  • Reinforce impact: Contextualise data insights to communicate their relevance and drive action.
  • Become relevant: Gain valuable insights from your data, and turn them into powerful, resonant stories.
  • Communicate complex topics: Translate what needs to be explained into understandable terms that resonate with your stakeholders.


Support cultural change and manage change processes by embedding skills and methods in teams or across the organisation.

  • Promote a data culture: Empower your organisation to innovate and change. Promote evidence-based decision making. Acquire skills and methods that can be used to further develop a learning organization.
  • Mastering change: You can use data to better understand cultures and manage change effectively.
  • Communicate effectively: Use data to better understand your audiences and optimise your campaigns, making your communications more effective.

Which approach is relevant for you?