Limor Shiponi is a professional storyteller and CEO with The Storytelling Company, Israel. While performing and researching her art for more than 20 years, she has moved into business with two ideas in mind—helping companies create cultural and social change, and proving that being an artist is not equivalent to lifelong beggary. Shiponi is currently the leading social media and content strategist in Israel for tech companies and corporations. At the same time, she is highly involved in storytelling as an art form and practice. Her English blog, Limor's Storytelling Agora, is well known among professionals, being an arena for debate and deep insights about the art.
Shiponi's deepest interest is with music, which led her to become a practicing orchestral conductor. Her interests are numerous, and she happily crossbreeds knowledge while performing her favorite sport—tackling subjective riddles and seeking and finding deep solutions to complex issues. Her latest endeavors are connected to multipotentiality, the gig economy, sketching, storytelling in Judaism, and as a citizen of the start-up nation.
Less-known facets of Shiponi's personal interests are her ability to balance the chalice and the blade—living in compassion while knowing when to draw the sword—survival, the heroine's journey, and sustainability.