Limor Shiponi is a professional storyteller and CEO with The Story Telling Company Inc., Israel. Shiponi became involved in business practices concerning human interaction and knowledge and 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. Shiponi created a strong partnership with the Holon Mediatheque cultural center, seeking to highlight storytelling in the Israeli cultural scene. While performing and researching her art for almost 20 years, she has lately moved into business with two ideas in mind--helping businesses create cultural and social change through implying deeper levels of storytelling, and proving that being an artist is not the equivalent to lifelong beggary. Her English blog, Limor's Storytelling Agora, is well known among professionals, being an arena for debate and deep insights about the art.
Her deepest interest is music, having learned the piano at age five. She moved to the oboe and eventually became an orchestral conductor. Her latest storytelling program, Honor Price, demonstrates less-known facets of her personal interests: the ability to balance the chalice and the blade, survival, women's doings in a man's world, and sustainability.
Shiponi's book Stories at Work was published in 2006. She is currently writing her second book.