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New company uses improv for business development

Galen Emanuele performing onstage. Emanuele is the founder of Shift Yes, which uses performance improv to help businesses.
Galen Emanuele performing onstage. Emanuele is the founder of Shift Yes, which uses performance improv to help businesses. Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald

Galen Emanuele of Bellingham has started a new company that can help employees and other groups improve communication.

The new business is called Shift Yes, which uses the principles of improv to make improvements in the culture of groups.

Emanuele has nearly 10 years of experience in performing and teaching improv, having performed across the U.S. and hundreds of times at the Upfront Theatre in Bellingham.

"Through creative, thought-provoking exercises, I will have your people saying yes, being connected, engaged and making each other look good - resulting in fired-up teams interacting more effectively in business," Emanuele said in a new release. 

Emanuele works with any size group and a variety of professionals, including corporate executives, sales representatives and engineers.

For more information, visit ShiftYes.com or call 360-303-3590.

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