How to USE stories in your marketing to get in front of the right people with Dr Simon Raybould
Simon started his working life after his PhD (looking for causes of childhood leukemia) as a university researcher and he spent over two and a half decades as a scientist.
He’s also worked as an actor, lighting designer for dance companies, trainer and fire eater!
To get in touch with Simon you can connect with him here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/simon-raybould-presentations/
To find out more and read some of the excellent blogs and articles Simon has to offer please visit to his website – https://reluctant.presentationgenius.info
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