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We’ve been telling stories and helping clients do the same for decades. Our senior directors are award-winning former journalists, documentary-makers and TV producers who can now use their skills to help you in the cut-throat world of business.

We help companies and individuals tell their stories. Our clients range from multinationals whose sales figures are in tens of billions, to SMEs pitching to venture capitalists and investors.

We can help you through the three stages of storytelling: Develop, deliver, defend.

We will help you to engage and inspire, as well as inform.

We can do it in your offices, any location you choose, or in our state-of-the-art TV studios in Central London, Washington DC or LA. Contact us and let us show you the LionsDen Difference.

Many thanks once again for bringing such dynamism to the panel discussion you moderated.

– Martin Price, Janssen

I just wanted to thank you for the dedicated professional support you and your team provided throughout our project to reorganise the R&D function. Your contributions were invaluable and provided as much-needed combination of external viewpoint and hard-earned expertise.

– R&D Director, Top 10 pharmaceutical company

The intensive, high-level broadcast scenarios gave us a full understanding of how to handle a high pressure interview situation. I can’t recommend it highly enough.

– Nigel Brown, Level 3 Communications

The 7 Deadly Sins of Scientific Presentation (and How to Avoid Them)

This e-book is a summary of the key points that you need to embrace to make you a very good presenter. They come from the 22 years I have spent coaching scientists and medics to do just that. The book is deliberately short. You can read it in your lunch break.