Writing for Startups
Friday, October 1
& Saturday October 2
10 AM - 4 PM EST via Zoom
Writing for Startups is an interactive, 2-day course designed to help entrepreneurs tell the story of their vision.
When you join the Writing for Startups cohort, you will develop a clear and compelling narrative that encompasses your vision, mission, and values.
Together with fellow entrepreneurs, you will build an "About" narrative for your work through interactive and experiential storytelling.
Over the course of two days, you'll build community and expand your capacity for creative thinking.
You'll leave Writing for Startups with a new, effective narrative to share the story of your work, as well as with storytelling tools that you can use moving forward.
Writing for Startups is grounded in creativity research and adult learning pedagogy.
Writing for Startups uses Maypop Creativity Consulting's tools to create a workshop environment that sparks creative thinking and helps your best ideas come to life.
Based in creativity research and adult learning pedagogy, Writing for Startups is designed to stick with you, so that the skills you build over two days are skills that support your future.
The story of your vision creates a foundation for your work.
At Maypop, we understand the importance of being able to communicate your vision. We want to help you share your story with potential clients and investors as you build your dream.
Join the Writing for Startups cohort to craft a narrative that tells the story of your vision, mission, and values; a narrative that helps the world see your vision with you.
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Meet the Founder
D. M. Spratley is the founder and CEO of Maypop Creativity Consulting. She is a writing and creativity coach and consultant, and she leads Writing for Startups.
D. M. studied creative writing at Princeton University and Hollins University. She has supported startup social innovation initiatives and organizations as they move from idea to action since 2011.
D. M. is a William C. Friday Fellow for Human Relations ('14-'16) and North Carolina Arts Council Fellow ('19-'20), and her writing has received awards from Princeton University, Sundress Publications, Rattle, and the North Carolina Arts Council.