Nick Bowditch is a successful (and unsuccessful) entrepreneur, storyteller, marketer, best-selling author, addict, mental health advocate, sexual abuse victim, suicide survivor, and someone who lives with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.
He is the only person in the Southern Hemisphere to have worked on both Facebook and Twitter, and the only person in the world to have worked at both brands in their marketing departments, he’s a thought-leader in using social media as a storytelling tool for business, a sought-after keynote speaker and MC and now travels nationally and internationally encouraging people to be the very best versions of themselves, to find their true voice, to tell their story better, and to find their kindness.
Humans love stories. And we love storytelling. Stories make the complex simple, the forgettable stuff memorable, the emotional even more emotional. And it's what the entire professional speaking industry is built on. There is no more compelling skill to have than to be a good storyteller. It makes you persuasive, trustworthy, and sought-after. Humans have been storytelling since our own Dreamtime, for the last 60,000 years, stories have been told between people and passed down to the next generation, more enriched each time. Storytelling is effective communication. And every person and every business needs to keep improving the effectiveness of their communication, by continuing to improve their storytelling.
One of the hardest things about putting a conference, seminar, or event together, is finding the right person to bring all the moving parts together and make it seamless, professional, and entertaining, without having to make the event all about them.
Secure the services of an MC that is approachable, relatable and engaging. Someone who understands it’s your event, can keep things moving without sounding rushed. Someone with experience in holding the attention of audiences for a living. Nick has hosted big conferences, smaller boutique events, seminars, symposiums, sporting events like boxing nights and sporting franchise home game days, and he would love to help make your big event run smoothly too.