Understanding the value of giving back is incredibly important at Scribble Inc.
Director, Hannah strives to attend panel discussions and talks to speak openly and honestly about starting a business, as well as presenting workshops to help share valuable visual communication skills.
Sharing stories and communicating knowledge is at the heart of what Scribble Inc ensues.
Check out this great video - a recording of Scribble Inc's Sketch Note workshop
Covid-19 has created a destructive and difficult time for us all. One where negativity could breed, but with each day we have in fact seen incredible gestures of humanity. Communities coming together, acts of pure kindness and absolute selflessness.
We see this most prevalent on the front lines of the NHS, in our food stores, those delivering essentials in lorries, people delivering our packages, carers and health workers putting others first, teachers continuing to educate, IT systems that allow us to stay connected and many, many more.
From Scribble Inc, a small gesture of an illustration that recognises the hard work and love for others.
Thank you Heroes.
As a token of appreciation, here is a free artwork to download, colour in and enjoy...
Lockdown has inevitably impacted every person. It has been a time of change, uncertainty and awakening.
We now potentially understand who and what is most important to us. It has undoubtedly been difficult, however, we can take these learnings and utilise them to make more informed decisions for our future.
Through collaborating with a fantastic health and wellbeing researcher, we have created this visual to start necessary conversations.
Our aim is to create a series of these illustrations and conversation points around:
Kindness, forgiveness, self awareness, acceptance, sharing, growing and learning.
The forward thinking Wrekin College offers a lunchtime talk club, where an invited Business Owner shares their experience and journey of running a business.
Hannah was invited to talk about Scribble Inc, as well as her personal experiences from studying art, to running a business.
Not long being out of the seats at University, Hannah was able to share a relatable journey, with insightful questions asked. Hannah thoroughly enjoyed meeting the business students at Wrekin College, and having the opportunity to share her story.
Alongside five other incredible business women, Hannah was invited to Shrewsbury High School's panel event.
The business women were able to share their business backgrounds and answer intelligent, curious and engaging questions from the student audience, allowing the panelists to respond authentically.
Due to the breadth of disciplines the business women spanned, the answers were filled with a wealth of knowledge, lived experience and optimism for the young people listening.